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Salivary Glands and GI Tract

Salivary Glands and GI Tract

 

Salivary Glands and GI Tract
Image Number: 105-023
Dimensions: 7" x 2.875" @ 350 dpi
Media Used: computer rendering
Formats Available: Digital File
Title: Salivary Glands and GI Tract
Customization: Available
Image Description:  View of esophagus, salivary glands, stomach and intestines showing start of digestion process. Customizable. No school use.

© Kate Sweeney
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Creating medical images for nearly twenty years for consumer health, children's and professional medical markets, Kate Sweeney delivers clear, accurate images in a number of styles, with an emphasis on the human form. Clients include: Agilent, Anatomical Chart Company, Bard,Guidant Corporation, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Microsoft, Medical Economics, Beckman Coulter, Scott Foresman, Spacelabs, Smith+Nephew, TimeLife Books

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