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Procedimiento de colecistectomía correcta e incorrecta (retiro de la vesícula biliar) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Procedimiento de colecistectomía correcta e incorrecta (retiro de la vesícula biliar)
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Procedimiento de colecistectomía correcta e incorrecta (retiro de la vesícula biliar) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Describe con precisión el proceso correcto de colecistectomía (retiro de la vesícula biliar) comparada con una versión iatrogénicamente lesionada (relacionada con el médico) en la cual se han retirado un exceso de conductos biliares. Se incluyen etiquetas para la vesícula biliar, lóbulos del hígado, conductos hepáticos derecho e izquierdo, conducto hepático común, conducto cístico y conducto biliar común. Compara los resultados de un procedimiento normal con una variante realizada incorrectamente mostrando fuga de bilis de los conductos hepáticos cortados.

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