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Cesarean Delivery with Further Compromise of the Vessels in the Neck - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Cesarean Delivery with Further Compromise of the Vessels in the Neck
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Cesarean Delivery with Further Compromise of the Vessels in the Neck - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features the following images:
1. Sagittal cut-section view through the maternal pelvis and uterus showing the fetus partially delivered during the emergent Cesarean section and incision that was performed. The body and limbs of the fetus are seen delivered, with the neck stretched and the head remaining wedged in the pelvic outlet. Some bruising appears on both the limbs and the chest of the infant. The heart, brain and major vessels are seen ghosted within the fetus
2. Detailed coronal view of the stretched neck and brain with the left carotid artery and further compromise of bloodflow passing on to the left middle cerebral artery in the brain.
3. Finally, a last detailed view of the take-off of the left middle cerebral artery and surrounding brain tissue is shown. A further reduction of the bloodflow into the brain results in an expansion of the dusky-dark area of brain tissue as compared to the first exhibit.

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