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Progression of Coronary Artery Dissection - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit depicts the progression of coronary artery dissection in a series of illustrations. The first illustration consists of an overview of a heart and an insert showing a cutaway view of a healthy coronary artery. The second illustration shows the cutaway view of the artery with a small tear in the tunica intima layer. The third illustration shows the tear getting larger and a thrombus starting to form. The fourth illustration shows the the thrombus grown to the point where it completely occludes the artery.
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