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 View Image #225-001Skin-epidermis, dermis, cutaneous anatomy#225-001 
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Skin diagram of the anatomy of the epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous tissue with hair follicles, glands, arteries, veins and...

 View Image #225-002Arteries-Arterial system, kidneys, pancreas and heart, Diabetes#225-002 
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Arterial system of the body. The femurs, patella, tibia and fibula are shown. The kidneys, pancreas and heart are illustrated...

 View Image #225-003Neonatal-Brain with hemorrhagic stroke, CSF and hydrocephalus#225-003 
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Baby with brain in axial section showing normal neonatal cerebrospinal fluid, hemorrhagic stroke, and hydrocephalus. Trauma o...

 View Image #225-004Trauma-Injuries Orthopedic and Neurologic, Global#225-004 
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Global orthopedic and neurological traumatic injuries are depicted on a life-sized female figure.

 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 #225-006Shoulder-Dystocia during labor and delivery, Erb's palsy or hypoxia#225-006 
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Shoulder dystocia during delivery can lead to failure to progress, Erb's palsy, and hypoxia. The etiology of these complicati...

 View Image #225-007Pelvis with uterus, bladder, ovaries, large intestines and rectum#225-007 
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Female pelvis from a side view of the with the large intestines, uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, and bladder, and sacrum sh...

 View Image #225-008Ileostomy (double barrel) through the abdominal wall#225-008 
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Double-barrel ileostomy through the abdominal wall is shown in this conceptual illustration. A green arrow shows the directio...

 View Image #225-009The large intestines: ascending, transverse and descending, sigmoid colon and rectum with diverticulosis#225-009 
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Female figure with the large intestines including the ascending colon, the transverse colon and the descending colon as well ...

 View Image #225-010Lumbosacral disk, annulus and nucleus, herniated disc#225-010 
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Lumbosacral disk with posterior lumbar elements and the sacrum. The nucleus pulposus is contained with the annulus fibrosis. ...

 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 #225-012Boy-Child withbrain, lungs, heart, stomach, pancreas, small intestines, muscle, leg bones#225-012 
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General illustration of a healthy child. The smiling boy shows samples of different physiologic systems including neurology (...

 View Image #225-013Hydrops fetalis, non-immune#225-013 
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Hydrops fetalis typical presentation is shown in a newborn baby. The typical placenta is depicted. The skin has edema and the...

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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...
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