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DVT와 폐색전 - Medical Animation
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DVT와 폐색전 - Medical Animation
심부정맥혈전증(DVT)을 보여주는 이 3D 의료 애니메이션은 다리 아래쪽 혈관의 혈전 형성을 보여주며 시작합니다. 적혈구가 혈관을 통과하며 흐름에 따라 속도가 느려진 혈구와 다른 혈액 요소들은 정맥판막에 축적되고 고정된 혈액 응고, 즉 혈전이 만들어져 혈관의 혈액흐름을 차단합니다. 혈전이 판막엽에서 떨어져 나오면 색전이라 부르며 이 색전은 심장과 폐로 이동합니다. 애니메이션의 마지막 부분은 폐 조직에 머물러 생명을 위협할 수도 있는 폐색전을 형성하는 색전을 보여줍니다.

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