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Anatomía del brazo - nervios, arterias y venas - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Anatomía del brazo - nervios, arterias y venas - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta ilustración médica típica muestra las arterias, venas y nervios del brazo desde una vista anterior (frontal). Las estructuras con etiqueta incluyen la vena cefálica; arteria braquial; nervio músculo-cutáneo; vena braquial; vena basilar; arteria colateral ulnar; arteria colateral radial; arteria y vena interósea del nervio mediano; arteria nervios y venas ulnares, arteria, nervio y vena radiales; y nervio interóseo posterior.

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