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Normal Female Pelvic Vein Anatomy vs. Pre-operative Condition - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Normal Female Pelvic Vein Anatomy vs. Pre-operative Condition
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Normal Female Pelvic Vein Anatomy vs. Pre-operative Condition - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This medical exhibit features two anterior cut-away views of the female pelvis comparing normal anatomy with the pre-operative condition. The normal image will clearly reveal the proper structure and appearance of the pelvic organs and pelvic vasculature. The second image will illustrate the moderate congestion of the pelvic veins bilaterally, as well as the small areas of adhesions.

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