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 View Image #101-108Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter#101-108 
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Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter. The catheter is inserted within the peritoneal cavity.

 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 #101-002Plantar Fasciitis#101-002 
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Plantar fasciitis. Microtears and fascial degeneration near the calcaneus produce an inflammatory reaction.Illustration inlcl...

 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 #101-053Pneumothorax#101-053 
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When air enters the pleural cavity, negative intrathoracic pressure is reduced and some lung tissue collapses. Shows simple v...

 View Image #101-098Polyorchidism#101-098 
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Polyorchidism. Shows four forms of polyorchidism, based on anatomy of testes, epididymis and vas deferens.

 View Image #101-065Pressure Sores#101-065 
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A staging system for pressure sores. Four (4) separate images shown here as a composite.

 View Image #101-066Pressure Sores - Common Sites#101-066 
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The most common sites for pressure sores.

 View Image #101-015QRS Complex#101-015 
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A normal QRS complex as seen from each of the 12 basic ECG leads.

 View Image #101-026Radiation Therapy for Skin#101-026 
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Affects of radiation therapy on skin. Shows normal, thick and scaley, and thin or atrophic.

 View Image #101-124Raynaud's Disease#101-124 
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Raynaud's Disease showing characteristic constriction of small arteries in the digits. Shows cyanosis (blue) and ruber (red) ...

 View Image #101-023Renal Failure#101-023 
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Show different forms and causes of acute renal failure including diminished blood supply and obstruction from kidney stone.

 View Image #101-128Restraints#101-128 
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Restraints. Shows different forms of patient restraints including vest restraint and padded wrist restraint (shown here) . Al...

 View Image #101-105Rotational Atherectomy - PTCRA#101-105 
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PTCRA, Percutaneous transluminal coronary atherectomy pulverizes the plaque into microscopic particles and disperses them int...

 View Image #101-022Sarcoidosis#101-022 
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Sarcoidosis causing inflammation and granulomas in the lungs and alveoli.
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