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Anatomia do Cólon com Procedimento de Colonoscopia - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta mostra médica descreve com precisão a anatomia do cólon e demonstra um procedimento de colonoscopia utilizando quatro ilustrações. A primeira é uma visão orientada anterior do abdômen masculino mostrando o cólon. A seguinte é uma visão em corte do cólon mostrando o caminho do escópio. A direita desta imagem aparece um detalhe do escópio visualizando a superfície da mucosa do cólon. Por fim, há um corte transversal do cólon. Estruturas com legendas incluem os cólons ascendente, transverso, descendente e sigmóide, reto, lúmen, mucosa, submucosa, músculo circular, músculo longitudinal e a serosa.
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can discuss your case issues. If you have medical questions, you should seek the advice of a healthcare provider.