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Head and Neck, Spine Anatomy

Head and Neck, Spine Anatomy

 

Head and Neck, Spine Anatomy
Image Number: 185-019
Dimensions: 310 DPI
Media Used: Carbon Dust
Formats Available: Digital , Reflec
Title: Head and Neck, Spine Anatomy
Customization: Available
Image Description:  Otolaryngology, head and neck anatomy of spinal cord, cervical vertebrae, esophagus, trachea, epiglottis, mandible, nasal sinuses, larynx and cranium.

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