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Cervix Length Reduction - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Cervix Length Reduction
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Cervix Length Reduction - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This custom medical exhibit consists of six illustrations on a single exhibit. Each illustration is a closeup cutaway view of the cervix. It shows the shortening over time. Each illustration has the measurements superimposed over it.
The first illustration cervix is 4.5 cm length.
The second illustration cervix is 3.9 cm length.
The third illustration cervix is 3.7 cm length.
The fourth illustration cervix is 3.6 cm length.
The fifth illustration cervix is1.9 cm length with funneling.
The sixth illustration cervix is 0.58 cm length without funneling.

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