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 View Image #225-015Brain - Shear-Injury Trauma caused by Contracoup#225-015 
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Shear-Axonal-Brain trauma caused by contracoup or whiplash illustrated in three steps: healthy brain, during injury, after in...

 View Image #225-022Brain injury#225-022 
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Brain injury including subdural hemorrhage, midline shift, fracture of occipital bone, and punctate hemorrhage of the parieta...

 View Image #225-005Brain-whiplash-contracoup injury with brain damage#225-005 
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This side view illustration of the head, neck, and brain demonstrates the mechanism by which whiplash can cause brain damage ...

 View Image #225-039Breast Anatomy and Quadrants#225-039 
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Anatomy of the Breast showing fat, gland, and muscular tissue. Inset identifies quadrants and the "clock hours" of ...

 View Image #225-050Breech Footling Presentation#225-050 
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Illustration depicts breech delivery with fetus in footling breech and the umbilical cord compressed by the foot.

 View Image #225-023C-section Cesarean Section#225-023 
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Cesarean section delivery and repair of uterus

 View Image #225-011Cerebral Palsy compared to Healthy Newborn#225-011 
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Cerebral Palsy of a newborn infant who suffered perinatal hypoxia significant enough to result in brain injury is compared to...

 View Image #225-027DVT-Vein thrombosis#225-027 
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Deep vein thrombosis pathophysiology is shown beside an illustration of the venous system.

 View Image #225-016Detached Retina and Scleral Buckle Repair#225-016 
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Two step illustration showing detached retina after cataract removal with several horseshoe retinal tears, treated with scler...

 View Image #225-028Eye anatomy#225-028 
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Anatomy of the eye and orbit shown in sagittal section. Specific structures include the sclera, retina, choroid plexus, lens,...

 View Image #225-029Eye anterior anatomy#225-029 
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Eye in sagittal section showing structures of the anterior chamber and posterior chamber, vitreous, lens and cornea.

 View Image #225-030Eye surgery - Vitrectromy and Retinopexy#225-030 
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Eye Surgery. Vitrectomy (removal of vitreous) and laser retinopexy (reattachment of detached retina) shown from the anterior ...

 View Image #225-033Forceps delivery#225-033 
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Illustration of correct forceps delivery with normal bilateral marks on the neonate's face.

 View Image #225-048Gallbladder and Biliary Anatomy#225-048 
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The anatomy of the biliary tree is identified including the hepatic ducts, the gallbladder and cystic duct, the common bile d...

 View Image #225-017Hydrocephalus Ex Vacuo#225-017 
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Low pressure hydrocephalus, also known as ex vacuo hydrocephalus occurs when the volume of brain tissue decreases and the ven...
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