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Oxigenación normal del cerebro frente a disminución de oxígeno y daño cerebral hipóxico - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Oxigenación normal del cerebro frente a disminución de oxígeno y daño cerebral hipóxico - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Lesión cerebral - hipoxia y daño cerebral. Compara la respiración normal e hipóxica y el daño causado al cerebro y a los pulmones. 1. Orientación de la cabeza y pecho con flechas que muestran el movimiento de oxígeno desde los pulmones hasta el cerebro; 2. Ampliación de un saco de aire (alveolo) que muestra el ingreso y salida del oxígeno y dióxido de carbono en la corriente sanguínea; y 3. Muestra los vasos superficiales pequeños llevando sangre oxigenada hacia el cerebro e hipoxia de los tejidos cerebrales y pulmonares.

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