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Pagsasaayos ng Luslos na Ventral sa pamamagitan ng Laparoscopy - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Pagsasaayos ng Luslos na Ventral sa pamamagitan ng Laparoscopy
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Pagsasaayos ng Luslos na Ventral sa pamamagitan ng Laparoscopy - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Ang mga imaheng medikal ay nagpapakita ng isang pagtitistis na pagsasaayos ng luslos ventral sa pamamagitan ng laparoscopy na gumagamit ng Gore-Tex Mesh upang maiwasan ang mga pagluluslos sa hinaharap.

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