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 View Image #101-119Hip Bones - Bony Pelvis#101-119 
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Hip Bones. Anterior View of the bony pelvis. Additional skeletal parts available.

 View Image #101-107Hip Replacement - Artificial Hip#101-107 
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Hip replacement or total hip arthroplasty (THA), in which both the femoral head and the acetabulum are replaced with prosthes...

 View Image #101-118Human Skeleton#101-118 
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Full skeleton complete from skull to feet. Can be modified.

 View Image #101-123Human Skull#101-123 
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Skull. Entire skeleton available.

 View Image #101-109Hypertension#101-109 
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Hypertension, showing traditional method for taking blood pressure readings. High arterial blood pressure.

 View Image #101-104Ileal Pouch#101-104 
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Ileal Pouch, the continent reservoir is created from a segment of ileum.

 View Image #101-007Implanted Cardioverter Defibrillator - ICD#101-007 
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Placement of an Implanted Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD). Shows relative positions of the small sensing leads, the larger e...

 View Image #101-010Incontinence#101-010 
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Incontinence. A cross section of the bladder showing ureters and peripheral innervation with spinal nerve roots effected.

 View Image #101-051Internal Mammary Artery Grafts#101-051 
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Grafts taken from the left and right internal mammary arteries have proved reliable in long-term clinical trials. Illustratio...

 View Image #101-131Kidney Anatomy#101-131 
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Kidney Anatomy. Can be modified.

 View Image #101-102Kidney Nephron#101-102 
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Kidney Nephron. Shows the anatomy of the nephron of the kidney. Included glomerulus, proximal and distal convoluted tubule a...

 View Image #101-130Kidney Stone#101-130 
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Kidney Stone. Can be modified. Show kidney in cross-section with stone lodged in pelvis.

 View Image #101-025Kidney Stones#101-025 
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Usual sites for kidney stones in kidneys, ureters, and bladder.

 View Image #101-110Knee Fractures - Avulsion Fractures of the ACL#101-110 
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Knee fractures. The differentiation of fracture types is based on the degree of fragment displacement. The three major types ...

 View Image #101-099Leg Mucles - Femoral Vessels#101-099 
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Leg Muscles. Anatomy of upper leg with muscles and femoral vessels.
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