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Lesión cerebral - Hipoxia-isquemia debido a leucomalacia periventricular (PVL) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Lesión cerebral - Hipoxia-isquemia debido a leucomalacia periventricular (PVL)
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Lesión cerebral - Hipoxia-isquemia debido a leucomalacia periventricular (PVL) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Lesión cerebral - Hipoxia-isquemia debido a leucomalacia periventricular (PVL). La serie de ilustraciones médicas comienza con una orientación del corazón y cerebro de un niño. Tres vistas del corte del cerebro con las arterias cerebrales y las ramificaciones terminales muestran el colapso del cerebro en tres etapas: anatomía normal, isquemia hipóxica (célula cerebral muerta) debido a la baja presión sanguínea y finalmente PVL en la que la materia blanca está disminuida significativamente causando que el cerebro se contraiga.

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