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Trans fat collecting in female abdomen

Trans fat collecting in female abdomen

 

Trans fat collecting in female abdomen
Image Number: 150-055
Dimensions: 3.4 inches x 7.6 inches
Media Used: Digital-bitmap
Formats Available: Adobe Photoshop EPS
Title: Trans fat collecting in female abdomen
Customization: Available
Image Description:  Four color illustration showing how trans fat collects in the abdomen.

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