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Tromboembolismo pulmonar - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Tromboembolismo pulmonar - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta ilustración médica contiene tres imágenes que muestran un tromboembolismo pulmonar fatal desde la parte inferior de la pierna izquierda hasta un corte transversal del corazón y pulmones. Inicialmente, se muestra un émbolo pequeño en los pulmones que bloquea el suministro sanguíneo a parte de los pulmones. Al final, se observa un émbolo más grande que bloquea el ventrículo derecho y el tronco pulmonar, además del infarto de un lóbulo del pulmón derecho.

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