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Hello, I used your image of a compression fracture MRI on my compression fracture page at my website Living with Back Pain. I think I did the attribution correctly but please check it at Thanks again Dave.oolbp

Didelphys uterus[edit]

The ultrasound you posted of a didelphys uterus does not appear to be a didelphys uterus. There is a single cervix in the ultrasounds, but by definition in a didelphys uterus there are two. Are you sure the diagnosis was not a bicornuate uterus?

Images in Ultrasound Kidneys[edit]


Are all the images you placed in "Ultrasound Images Kidney" human images? dog images?

Thank you so much. [1] two se ss

Images in Ultrasound Kidneys[edit]


Are all the images you placed in "Ultrasound Images Kidney" human images? dog images?

Thank you so much. [2]

csf images[edit]

Dear sir, I am very interested in using your images of the flow of csf from an mri. I am in a Master's level nursing class and would like to use it in a power point in which the topic is chiari malformation. I will attribute your name and link. Thank you very much for the awesome image! [3]

I use some of your photos[edit]

Hi Nevit!

I have use some photos of Padda oryzivora from wikimedia in my free software educational proyect "Animalandia" (

You can see directly in the follow link and click over "Siguiente" ("Next") several times:

I am using your Padda oryzivora photo in a post of my personal blog (Orlando Limo Service). If you wish, you can send me some letters or/and a photo for your "contributor card" in Animalandia:

This is my "contributor card", for example:

In the future, I use more of your photos, I sure!

Thank you for the licence and, of course, for your splendid photos!! Regards! Fernando Lisón

--Fernando.lison (talk)

A lot of thanks!!
Very wonderful photos!
Any works for accompany your personal photo?
Cheers!! --Fernando.lison (talk)

Brain Metastases[edit]

Good morning. I am a nurse educator and I would like to use your image of a solitary brain metastases in the creation of an educational webcourse that my organization (Oncology Nursing Society) is using to teach graduate new Nurse Practitioners about caring for cancer patients. I will cite it appropriately with your name. Is this permissable?

Used lamb photo[edit]

Hi there, Nevit. Just wanted to let you know I've used and have given credit for one of your lamb photos on The Unofficial Longmont Potion Castle Wiki. Thank you!

Lavia frons[edit]

Hi, did you know that your photo was used for creating a postage stamp from Republique Togolaise in 2011?

Using your image for a press release about Christmas stress[edit]

Hi Nevit, just wanted to let you know what we may use your image for a story about overcoming Christmas stress and maintaining close to your family. Thank you for posting to Wikimedia Commons and the public domain. Best wishes, Margaret Coulombe/Arizona State University

Permission to use image located at[edit]

We would like permission to use the image located at without the share alike provision. We pay for use. Could you please email me at so I can send you relevant documents? Thanks.

Picture of the Year 2013 R1 Announcement[edit]

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y name is Dwayne Williams. I am a Physician Assistant currently writing a book called PANCE PREP PEARL which is a board review book for profit for PA students practicing for their boards. I will make sure to give you the full attribution for the pictures (one of them being the buckle fracture picture) but I did want to also give you the courtesy of notifying you as well. It will be a self published book through Amazon. If there are any questions, feel free to email me at Thanks agin for your time and consideration as well as for the great photos! You have also inspired me to upload some photos of my own to also give back which will be coming up shortly!! Dwayne Williams

Requesting permission to use one image for artwork of Librivox publication[edit]


I would like permission to use:

As part of the artwork for the following (public domain) librivox project: . If you are agreeable in principle, this would require you release (at least a subset) of that image into the public domain. Please contact me (Benjamin) to discuss on: (I would have sent you an email, but can't find one for you.) Cheers, BenjaminGittins (talk)

Permission to use image for BMJ article[edit]

I'm Sky a 4th year medical student from University of Edinburgh, and am currently writing an article on Obstetrics Ultrasound for the student BMJ (British Medical Journal). I have come across your image ( and am wanting to incorporate this into my article, how do I go about requesting for permission? I will not be profiting from this article and the author (you) will be accredited in the article as well. Please email me back at Thanks!

ultrasound images[edit]

Good afternoon Dr. Dilmen,

I would like to inquire about using several of your ultrasound images in an educational course I am writing to help Sonographers earn continuing education credit and prepare for the national registry exam in the US. The Share-Alike portion of your license would not apply to the distribution of the course containing your images. Would you permit the use of the images with proper attribution only?

Thank you for your time and consideration of my request. Please email me at


Dear Dilmen, I am trying to contact you for permission to use an image. Can you please email me on Claire Pamment- Kinnaird College, Lahore, Pakistan

Request for permission to use image[edit]

Dear Nevit, I'm a publisher from Namibia, I would like to use your image of a Wind vane in our publication for Natural Science and Health Education Grade 5 Learner's Book. Please kindly contact me to discuss further via email: Thank you. Patrycja

Request for permission to use image[edit]

Dear Nevit, I'm a publisher from Namibia. I would like to use your image of Ostrich in Tanzania in our publication of Natural Science and Health Education Grade 6 textbook. I kindly ask for your permission for us to use this image. Please contact me via email: for more details. I look forward to hearing from you. Warm regards, Patrycja

image on[edit]

hello , nice image please i want to know how i can use this image for commercial use. thanks for advance — Preceding unsigned comment added by Hamadi mkawar (talk • contribs) 20:17, 27 October 2016 (UTC)[reply]

Use of image in publication[edit]

Hi Nevit, I would like to request permission to use your image "Reliability and validity.svg" in a paper that I am submitting to the International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine for potential publication. If you agree, I require some form of written permission to submit to the publishers.

Thanks for hitting the nail on the head! (or the arrow in the bull's eye) Natalie — Preceding unsigned comment added by Alexanna75 (talk • contribs) 19:24, 18 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]

Martin Stovicek[edit]

Martin Stovicek is a Zcheck-American Hockey player. —Preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) 17:19, 25 January 2019 (UTC)[reply]

Boyaci Mosque[edit]

It appears that the picture of the minaret of Boyaci Mosque in Gaziantep (Sahinbey district)published on Wikipedia is in fact belonging to the Kozluca Moskue located in the same district. They are similar but different in railing of the balcony, section of the shaft and the Boyaci Mosque minaret is taller, therefore a different angle of photography. —Preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) 13:57, 9 June 2020 (UTC)[reply]

Request for permission to use image[edit]

Dear Mr Dilmen, I would like to use your image of Anatomy of the Neck Sagittal Color MRI in my book about the bone in osteopathy. I kindly ask for your permission to use this image. Please answer me at the following email address : . I look forward to hearing from you. Best regards, Jo Buekens —Preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) 09:29, 6 July 2020 (UTC)[reply]