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Silent Ischemia - Editorial

Silent Ischemia - Editorial


Silent Ischemia - Editorial
Image Number: 125-057
Dimensions: 8 in.x 8.5 in. @ 300dpi
Media Used: Airbrush
Formats Available: Digital, Reflective
Title: Silent Ischemia - Editorial
Customization: Available
Image Description:  Editorial illustration on silent ischemia. The illustration shows torn ECG paper revealing the heart beneath.

© Calder Studios Jean Calder
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