Below are all of my comics , sorted by categories. Click on the links (underlined).

Anatomy Comics: after reading these comics, test yourself on what you have learned by taking a quiz, located in the M1: Human Anatomy/Virtual Dissections page of this site:

  1. The Spine: 1 Spine 1,2
  2. The Thigh: 2 Thigh 3,4
  3. The Ankle: 3 Ankle 2,3,4
  4. The Aortic Arch: 4 Aortic Arch 5
  5. The Shoulder: 5 Shoulder 1,2,3
  6. The Elbow: 6 Elbow 1
  7. The Chest: 7 Tracheobroncheal Tree 5
  8. The Circle of Willis: 8 COW 3
  9. The Orbit: 9 Orbit 1,2,3
  10. The Heart: 10 Heart 4
  11. The Larynx: 11 Larynx 1,2
  12. The Paranasal Sinuses: 12 Sinuses 3
  13. The abdominal Wall: 13 Abdominal Wall 1,3,4
  14. The Abdominal Aorta: 14 Abdominal Aorta 2
  15. The Pelvis: 15 Pelvis 4
  16. Summary Drawings from each Dissection: Summary Drawings

Evidence Based Medicine Comics:

  1. Principles of Diagnostic Testing Principles of Diagnostic Testing
  2. Causality Causality
  3. Cohort Studies Cohort Comix Revised
  4. Case Control Studies Case Control Comix
  5. Bias, Confounding and Interaction Bias, Confounding and Interaction
  6. Screening Screening Comix
  7. P-values Part I Pvalues Part I
  8. P values Part II Pvalues Part II October 2012

Evidence Based Kahoot!s:

For the “Permanent links” below, you’ll need 2 devices to play these Kahoot!s, a mobile device with the Kahoot! app and a tablet/laptop/desktop. Click on the link below on your tablet/laptop/desktop, then click–>play–>start now–>classic–>start. The Kahoot! should now show you a game pin. Start Kahoot! on your mobile device and enter the pin, then your nickname, then click start on your tablet/laptop/desktop which will display the questions. Answer the questions on your mobile device, use your other device to advance through the quiz.

For the “Temporary links”, you must use a mobile device with the Kahoot! app installed. Tap the temporary link below and Kahoot! will open automatically, just follow the instructions to play. The temporary links are just that, they expire in 1-2 weeks and if I haven’t gotten around to refreshing them (which is a pain in the butt) they may have expired by the time you decide to play. In that case use the permanent links as detailed above.

  1. Permanent link to Principles of Diagnostic Testing, requires 2 devices to play
  2. Temporary link to Principles of Diagnostic Testing, requires 1 device to play
  3. Permanent link to Clinical Trial Statistics, requires 2 devices to play
  4. Temporary link to Clinical Trial Statistics, requires 1 device to play

Clinical Skills Comics:

  1. 22 “Don’t Miss” Lesions 22 Don’t Miss Lesions
  2. Chest X-ray 101 CXR 101
  3. Pulmonary Nodules AAA Nodules with Blanks
  4. Coronary Artery CT Cardiac Imaging With Movies

Fun (Hopefully!) Comics:

  1. My Origin Story: Drowning Boy
  2. Origin Story II

Tales from the Cadaver Lab: Occasional short and hopefully funny hand drawn (poorly!) comics mainly about medical education and medicine :

  1. It was you, Dr. Tigges
  2. They grow up so fast
  3. They grow up so fast, part II
  4. They grow up so fast, part III
  5. Draw a booger
  6. Actions of the Superior Oblique  and Video proof that this comic is based on actual events
  7. The Lacrimal Gland
  8. Doctor Death
  9. Goofus and Gallant 1
  10. Goofus and Gallant 2
  11. Goofus and Gallant 3
  12. Goofus and Gallant 4
  13. Goofus and Gallant 5
  14. Anatomy Reality
  15. Strong Work, Chief!
  16. Student Feedback
  17. Tigges Family Crest
  18. Radiology School Daze
  19. Humility
  20. Former Future Surgeons of America
  21. Man Hands
  22. The Wizard of Imaging
  23. “A” for Effort
  24. Faculty Meeting
  25. Old as Dirt
  26. Newspeak
  27. I am a terrible person
  28. Darth Vader versus Surgery Attending
  29. The Wild Wild West
  30. Perspective
  31. Orientation
  32. Burnout Cure
  33. Never Travel with a Doctor Part 1
  34. Never Travel with a Doctor Part 2
  35. Never Travel with a Doctor Part 3
  36. Shopping for Clothes
  37. Back in the Gym
  38. Jumped the Shark
  39. Peanuts 3/20/1953 to 8//3/2018
  40. Dangerous Superpower
  41. Drawing Advice
  42. Lucy van Pelt vs. Insufficient Contrast Resolution
  43. The Cinder, Part 1
  44. The Cinder, Part 2
  45. The Cinder, Part 3
  46. The Cinder, Part 4
  47. Drawn by Hand
  48. How to Draw Heads, Part 1
  49. Charlie Brown Explains Atelectasis
  50. It’s in the New England Journal
  51. What Love Is
  52. Split Personality
  53. A Labor of Love
  54. Why I Hate Barium

Quickest anatomic and conceptual drawings ever:

  1. Vertebra (lateral view)
  2. Vertebra (axial section)
  3. Heart
  4. Larynx
  5. Rotator Cuff
  6. Circle of Willis
  7. Ankle Tendons
  8. Motor Homunculus
  9. Pelvis (Bone)
  10. Midbrain
  11. Knee
  12. Spermatic Cord
  13. Consolidation vs. Atelectasis
  14. Lung Nodules
  15. Abscess vs. Empyema
  16. Extraaxial vs. Intraaxial Intracranial Mass
  17. Normal vs. “Malignant” Coronary Artery Origin
  18. Subdural vs. Epidural Hematoma
  19. Cerebrovascular Territories
  20. Abdominal Aorta


RSNA and AUR Material:

  1. Click here for video
  2. AUR Poster 2018