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Coroanary Artery Anatomy

Coroanary Artery Anatomy

 

Coroanary Artery Anatomy
Image Number: 125-089
Dimensions: 6 x 7.25 @ 300 dpi
Media Used: Digital
Formats Available: Digital
Title: Coroanary Artery Anatomy
Customization: Available
Image Description:  Cut away view of a coronary artery showing it's anatomical structure. The three layers of the wall, the adventitia, the media and the intima are clearly differentiated.

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