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Thrombosis - Venous

Thrombosis - Venous

 

Thrombosis - Venous
Image Number: 156-049
Dimensions: 7 in x 10 in @ 300 dpi
Media Used: Mixed
Formats Available: Digital, Refl, Trans
Title: Thrombosis - Venous
Customization: Available
Image Description:  Thrombosis - Venous. Slice through vein shows formation of a thrombus at side of valve. Blueprint art in background shows treatment methods and anatomical location. To view similar images and animations view our portfolio or web site.

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