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Progression of Endocarditis with Eventual Fatal Cerebral Artery Stroke - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Progression of Endocarditis with Eventual Fatal Cerebral Artery Stroke
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Progression of Endocarditis with Eventual Fatal Cerebral Artery Stroke - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This exhibit depicts a heart with a leaflet of the mitral valve infected with endocarditis vegetation, a pre-existing prosthesis of the mitral valve in place and a piece of tissue braking off from the infected area and flowing away in the blood stream. Then you see the tissue path up to the middle cerebral artery where it lodges causing a cerebral stroke.

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