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OB Anesthesia

OB Anesthesia

 

OB Anesthesia
Image Number: 186-004
Dimensions: 18 x 18 @ 300 DPI
Media Used: Acrylic
Formats Available: Digital, Trans
Title: OB Anesthesia
Customization: Available
Image Description:  Side cross-section of normal fetus in uterus. gloved hand in vaginal canal administering para-cervical anesthesia block.

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