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Angioplasty - Balloon

Angioplasty - Balloon

 

Angioplasty - Balloon
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Title: Angioplasty - Balloon
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Image Description:  Atherosclerotic plaque being treated with balloon angioplasty

© Brian Evans
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Brian Evans,MS has been producing award-winning medical and scientific illustrations for nearly twenty years. Whether it be for advertising, editorial, textbooks, or patient education his illustrations are recognized worldwide for their quality and accuracy.

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