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Mecanismo del tromboembolismo pulmonar - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta serie de ilustraciones médicas muestra con precisión el mecanismo del tromboembolismo pulmonar (coágulo sanguíneo), con un émbolo que se forma en la extremidad inferior y se desplaza a través de sistema venoso para alojarse en las arterias pulmonares de los pulmones. Las flechas indican el trayecto de los émbolos (coágulos sanguíneos) desde la pierna hacia arriba. El segundo gráfico muestra al émbolo desplazándose por el corazón y hacia el interior de los pulmones. La imagen final muestra el tejido pulmonar con el émbolo alojado en la arteria pulmonar obstruida.
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Medical Legal Art creates medical demonstrative evidence (medical
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