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Progression of Blood Vessel Blockage (Blocked Artery) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Progression of Blood Vessel Blockage (Blocked Artery) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Blocked Artery. This full color medical exhibit depicts the progression of blood vessel blockage in six cut-away views of an artery. The first image shows a normal blood vessel. The second image shows calcification, The third image shows 80% arterial stenosis with plaque. The fourth image shows complete occlusion. The fifth image shows recannalization. The final image shows the blood vessel completely occluded.

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