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Circulación materna y fetal (Intercambio materno-fetal) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Circulación materna y fetal (Intercambio materno-fetal)
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Circulación materna y fetal (Intercambio materno-fetal) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Este conjunto de ilustraciones médicas muestran la circulación materna y fetal en el punto de intercambio. La primera imagen muestra al bebé en el útero, incluyendo el útero, membrana uterina, placenta y cordón umbilical. La segunda imagen es una vista ampliada de corte transversal del cordón umbilical donde se encuentra con la placenta. Esta imagen muestra el suministro de sangre materna, que contiene oxígeno, que fluye dentro de la placenta y alrededor de los vasos fetales. El oxígeno del suministro de sangre materna pasa por las paredes de los vasos sanguíneos y dentro de los vasos sanguíneos fetales, los cuales transportan el oxígeno a través del cordón umbilical dentro del feto.

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