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Formación de úlcera por presión (úlcera de decúbito o escara) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Formación de úlcera por presión (úlcera de decúbito o escara)
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Formación de úlcera por presión (úlcera de decúbito o escara) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Muestra la formación de una úlcera por presión (úlcera de decúbito o escara). Muestra lugares comunes sobre protuberancias óseas como la parte posterior de la cabeza, el hombro y los huesos sacro y calcáneo. Un análisis histológico muestra una formación causada por la compresión entre una protuberancia ósea y los tejidos blandos. Progreso de la úlcera: Desde la 1ra. Fase en la que aparece un área enrojecida en la piel hasta la 4ta. Fase en la que la necrosis (muerte del tejido) penetra la piel, grasa, fascia, tejidos subcutáneos, músculo y hueso.

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