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Brain Injuries Due to Contractions - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Brain Injuries Due to Contractions - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit illustrates brain injuries to a baby from maternal contractions in seven illustrations. The first illustration shows a baby in the womb surrounded by blue arrows that represent contractions. The second illustration depicts the direct pressure of contractions on a baby's head. The third illustration portrays a cutaway detail of the arteries within the skull. The fourth illustration shows the same cutaway, but a contraction is compressing the arteries within the skull. The fifth illustration is a superior view of a baby's head. The sixth illustration pictures a superior view of the arteries that supply the baby's cerebrum. The seventh illustration portrays a superior view of the arteries that supply the baby's cerebrum being squeezed by contractions.

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