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Rupture of Appendicitis with Spread of Cancer Throughout Abdomen - Medical Animation
 
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Rupture of Appendicitis with Spread of Cancer Throughout Abdomen - Medical Animation
This 3D stock medical animation features the rupture of a cancerous appendicitis that leads to the spread of the cancer throughout the abdomen. Scene information includes the leakage of fluid from the appendix to distant regions of the abdomen, becoming a medium through which the cancer can spread to the small bowel, falciform ligament, pericolic gutter, rectum and hernia site.

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