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Cardiac Tamponade with Ventricular Collapse - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Accurately depicts the process of cardiac tamponade (hemorrhage within the pericardium) with subsequent ventricular collapse. Shows normal heart and the pericardial sac (pericardium). Progression of tamponade: 1. Normal heart, ventricles, pericardial space and pericardial sac; 2. Initial condition with blood hemorrhaging between the heart wall and the pericardial sac; 3. Ultimate condition with the collapse of the ventricles and the blood stopping the heart from beating
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