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Procedimiento Roux-en-Y para la corrección del conducto biliar común dañado - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Cirugía abdominal - procedimiento Roux-en-Y para la corrección del conducto biliar común dañado. Este diagrama médico muestra por medio de cinco imágenes un procedimiento Roux-en-Y luego del retiro de la vesícula biliar (colecistectomía). Las primeras imágenes muestran el corte y la recolocación del yeyuno y del duodeno. Las imágenes restantes describen la anastomosis del yeyuno con el conducto hepático, y del duodeno con el yeyuno inferior. La condición post-operatoria está graficada en la ilustración final.
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