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 View Image #186-137Abdominals#186-137 
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Female torso with abdominal muscles: rectus abdominus. internal obliques, external obliques and transverse abdominus.

 View Image #186-138Abdominals and Lungs#186-138 
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Torso showing lungs, diaphram and abdominal muscles: rectus abdominus and internal obliques, external obliques, ribs and pelv...

 View Image #114-183Acute Lung Injury#114-183 
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Cross-section through alveolar sac demonstrating characteristics of acute injury. Thickened wall, breakdown of type 1 cells a...

 View Image #135-062Airway & Digestive Tracts in Child#135-062 
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Nasopharynx, airway,Esophagus, food pipe, in child, also showing diaphragm, chest cavity, stomach and spine. Use to show intu...

 View Image #118-092Angina Stenosis Ischemia Heart#118-092 
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Angina Stenosis Ischemia Heart. A stenosis is an abnormal narrowing in a blood vessel or other tubular organ or structure. Va...

 View Image #294-001Angina and Demand on the Heart#294-001 
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This image illustrates the causes of both reversible angina and progressive angina. Created for and approved by the American ...

 View Image #101-103Anterior View of Heart#101-103 
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Heart in chest. Anterior view.

 View Image #101-064Aorta#101-064 
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The aorta's proximity to the clavicle, first rib, manubrium, and spine makes it vulnerable to serious injury, especially in t...

 View Image #136-142Aortic Aneurysm#136-142 
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An aortic aneurysm can occur in the abdomen or as shown here higher up in the chest or thoracic aorta. It is a bulge in the v...

 View Image #136-143Aortic Aneurysm Rupture#136-143 
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Heart aortic anerysms are dangerous because they can rupture.

 View Image #101-083Aortic Rupture#101-083 
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Shows aortic rupture with adjacent Lung tissue, parietal and visceral pleura. Shows adventitia, intima, media layers of aorta...

 View Image #186-233Arm and Chest Anatomy#186-233 
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Side view of deltoid, long, medial and lateral head of triceps, latissimus dorsi, pectoralis major, serratus anterior and ass...

 View Image #150-047Asymmetric and tubular breasts#150-047 
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Color illustration of asymmetric breasts (left) and tubular breasts (right).

 View Image #130-00802Brain Injury - Hypoxia and Brain Damage#130-00802 
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Brain Injury - Hypoxia and Brain Damage. Compares normal and hypoxic respiration with resulting damage to the brain and lungs...

 View Image #130N-04521Breast#130N-04521 
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This medical exhibit pictures the primary anatomy of the breast shown from a sagittal (cut-away) view. This single image feat...
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