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Anatomía del corazón con lugares de potenciales obstrucciones en las arterias coronarias - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Anatomía del corazón con lugares de potenciales obstrucciones en las arterias coronarias - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta ilustración médica muestra con gran claridad el corazón y las arterias coronarias con lugares de potenciales obstrucciones por placas. Las etiquetas en la imagen incluyen la vena cava superior, aorta, arteria pulmonar izquierda, tronco pulmonar, arteria coronaria derecha, arteria coronaria izquierda principal, rama circunfleja, rama descendiente anterior izquierda y otras. Detalles: A. Arteria normal con lumen y flujo sanguíneo despejado; B. Acumulación inicial de placas dentro del lumen que dificulta el flujo sanguíneo; C. Condición final con arteria totalmente obstruida.

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