License & Usage of Anatomical Images
Anatomical Image content is available for licensing to be used within your software application, handheld device, any and all digital media, online services, print products, and more.
Note: If you are a reseller/distributor, your account representative will provide you with images of our anatomical charts, models and other products for the purpose of selling our products in your catalog or on your website. Use of our product images for this purpose does not require a License Agreement.
A License Agreement is required to use anatomical images in most cases. If you are interested in using an anatomical image in your product fill out the questionnaire below and you will be contacted by someone in the Licensing department who will go over the contract and licensing fee information. Licensing fees vary and are based in part on the number of users and the type of use. Licensing fees are per image. There may also be additional fees for altering the image if needed.
If you have any questions about usage or would like to contact someone directly, please contact our Licensing department at email@example.com or call (410) 528-4097. Also, you can visit our image website Images @ Wolters Kluwer Health to browse through the growing image collection and request a quote.
While a select image may be licensed for inclusion in a publication or product that will be sold, in no case can an image itself be reproduced for resale.
Note that not all products found in the print or online catalog are the copyright of the Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (Anatomical Chart Company is a business unit within that company). Our Licensing Manager will let you know whether or not you will need to seek permission or right to license products not copyrighted by the Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins or the Anatomical Chart Company.
Individual Image Licensing:
There are many ways to start get started – you can visit our image website Images @ Wolters Kluwer Health to browse through the growing image collection and request a quote. You can also fill out the Questionnaire below or email our Licensing department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Set Dressing Permissions:
Anatomical charts make terrific set dressings for your film or television show. If you are interested in using one of our charts for a set dressing, please contact us at email@example.com.
If you are interested in developing a custom chart (not licensing current images or charts), please email Custom Chart.
What is the process of licensing and using the Anatomical Chart Company images? Once you have made the decision to use one or more of the Anatomical Chart Company images in a publication or product, we will need more information from you in order to provide you with a licensing scenario that best suits your needs. In order to do this, we will need you to complete the Licensing and Usage Questionnaire below.
The Questionnaire will then be sent via e-mail to our Licensing Department. Once it is reviewed, a licensing manager will reply to you within 3 business days. Once the initial terms are agreed upon, a Licensing Agreement will be drafted and must be mutually agreed upon. Once the Agreement is signed by both parties and the initial licensing fees are paid, the images will be delivered to the licensee.
Ready to move forward? Fill out the following and submit upon completion.
Question 1: What is (are) the chart or product name(s) that the image resides in?
Question 2: How many images from the chart(s)/products(s) are you interested in using?
Question 3: Are you planning on using the text/caption that surrounds the image?
Question 4: What language will you be using for this text/caption?
Question 5: What is the product/publication that you plan on incorporating the images in?
Question 6: What is the intended use of the product/publication?
Question 7: What is the format of the product/publication? (print/electronic/internet, etc.)
Question 8: If the product/publication is electronically or web delivered, are you willing to imbed the images to prevent piracy? We ask you to try and prevent a user from copying or saving the image to their hard drive.
Question 9: Who is the target audience of the product/publication?
Question 10: How many units/copies of the product/publication are you planning on producing?
Question 11: What geographical area (i.e. United States, Europe, etc.) are you planning on distributing this product/publication?
Question 12: Are you planning on selling this product/publication?
Question 13: What file type and resolution do you need the image(s) delivered in?