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Ruptura del axón (síndrome post-concusión) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Este diagrama médico ilustrativo muestra con exactitud las neuronas (células del cerebro) antes y después de una lesión por ruptura del axón o síndrome post-concusión. La primera ilustración muestra una neurona normal con etiquetas para el cuerpo celular del nervio, cuerpos de Nissl, núcleo, células neurogliales, axón, dendritas, cubierta mielínica y terminal del axón. La segunda ilustración muestra un trauma que causa la torsión y desgarro del axón de la neurona. La tercera ilustración muestra la condición post-trauma con la muerte de la célula cerebral.
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