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 View Image #101-067DVT - Edema of the leg#101-067 
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DVT. Edema of the leg showing monitoring by measuring leg circumference daily. To control edema, elevate leg six inches above...

 View Image #101-068Pernicious Anemia#101-068 
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Pernicious anemia is precipitated by a gastric condition that interferes with parietal cell secretion of intrinsic factor and...

 View Image #101-069Hemolytic Anemia in the Microvasculature#101-069 
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Damage to the endothelium releasesprocoagulants while hyaline thrombi are deposited in the microvasculature in the absence of...

 View Image #101-070Swallow Reflex - Assessing#101-070 
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If fingers are placed as shown here, index detects submandibular region rising as tongue moves back in preparation for swallo...

 View Image #101-071Pleural Effusions#101-071 
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Pleural effusions vary in composition. They may be transudative, exudative, empyemic, hemothorax, or chylothorax.

 View Image #101-072Atrial Fibrillation and PVCs Development#101-072 
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How atrial fibrillation and PVCs develop through the sinoatrial (SA) node, atrioventricular (AV) node, bundle of His, and Pur...

 View Image #101-075Tibial Plateau of the Knee - Anatomy#101-075 
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Anatomy of the tibial plateau including menisci and ligaments.

 View Image #101-076Chronic Renal Failure - CRF#101-076 
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Chronic renal failure or CRF showing is a progressive loss of nephron function which ultimately causes the kidneys to lose th...

 View Image #101-077Cardiac Output - Inadequate#101-077 
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When the left ventricle fails to maintain adequate cardiac output, the sympathetic nervous system compensates by increasing h...

 View Image #101-078Herpes#101-078 
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After initial infection with chickenpox, the varicella-zoster virus lies dormant in the dorsal root ganglia of a spinal or cr...

 View Image #101-079Caduceus#101-079 
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The Caduceus, symbol for the medical profession. Two snakes wrapping around the winged pole.

 View Image #101-080Carpel Tunnel Release#101-080 
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Shows carpel tunnel release along with the restored function on the hand and median nerve palsy.

 View Image #101-081Angina Pectoris#101-081 
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Angina pectoris, showing section of myocardium and ischemic tissue with occluded coronary artery restricting blood flow. Also...

 View Image #101-082Heart attack - Coronary Artery Occluded#101-082 
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Heart attack, myocardial infarction. Shows section of myocardium with occluded coronary artery restricting blood flow.

 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...
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