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Anatomía del cerebro y las meninges - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Muestra con precisión la anatomía del cerebro y las meninges (cubiertas cerebrales). Muestra la parte delantera del cerebro cubierta por la duramadre y materia aracnoide. Muestra una ampliación con etiquetas para la duramadre, aracnoides y piamadre, así como la subaracnoide y los espacios subdurales. La tercera ilustración muestra una vista transversal media del cráneo y cerebro con etiquetas para las estructuras ya mencionadas más el cerebro, cerebelo, tronco cerebral y médula espinal.
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