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 View Image #101-092Ear#101-092 
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Ear

 View Image #101-043Gout#101-043 
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Gout causes hyperuricemia, arthritis, and formation of urate crystal deposits (tophi) in synovial membranes and soft tissue.

 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 #101-019Stroke#101-019 
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Stroke. Blood clot attached to atherosclerotic plaque in internal carotid artery superimposed over a profile.

 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 #101-013Trachea#101-013 
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Shows section of trachea and associated anatomy. Cross section head showing laryngeal regions of the throat. Can be modified.

 View Image #101-021Synapse#101-021 
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Neurotransmitters enable electrical impulses to travel across the synapse. Illustration includes neuron, dentrite, axon, syn...

 View Image #101-016Glaucoma#101-016 
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Cross section of the eye showing open-angle glaucoma and angle-closure glaucoma. Available without labels.

 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 #101-058Pacemaker#101-058 
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Implanted pacemaker with atrial and ventricular leads.

 View Image #101-106Mucositis#101-106 
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Mucositis can develop when cancer treatment interferes with mucosal mitosis, reducing basal epithelial cell renewal, which in...

 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 #101-005Lung Cancer#101-005 
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Lung cancer. Pulmonary carcinomas. Available without insets and labels. Illustration includes lungs, trachea, and bronchus.

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