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Arteria coronaria: procedimiento Stent - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Arteria coronaria: procedimiento Stent - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta imagen típica revela una vista de orientación de las arterias del corazón y tres ampliaciones de una porción de la arteria coronaria que revela lo siguiente: 1. Obstrucción o dispositivo Stent y globo desinflado insertados en la arteria coronaria. 2. Inflado del globo y expansión del dispositivo Stent. 3. Globo desinflado retirado dejando el dispositivo Stent expandido en su lugar. Observe que el ancho de la pared arterial se expande hacia afuera para acomodar la formación de placas rígida y comprimida.

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