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Jejunal Mucosa

Jejunal Mucosa


Jejunal Mucosa
Image Number: 152-060
Media Used: MIxed
Formats Available: Digital, Trans
Title: Jejunal Mucosa
Customization: Available
Image Description:  Shows the cellular and vasculature jejunal mucosa structure of the intestine.

© Isabel Christensen, Medical Ar
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