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 View Image #135-042Atrophied testicle, hydrocele,genital warts#135-042 
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Atrophied testicle compressed by massive hydrocele in scrotum also compressing spermatic cord, vas deferens and blood vessels...

 View Image #135-063Ballard Suction Device#135-063 
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Ballard suction device in endotracheal tube to clear mucous plugs. Sagittal neck anatomy & intubation available separately.

 View Image #135-041Bicornuate Uterus & Pregnant with 34 week Fetus & Placenta#135-041 
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A bicornuate uterus without pregnancy and with a 34 week Fetus and normal placenta to show that pregnancy can be normal in a ...

 View Image #135-038Blastocyst, implanted, embryo 6-7 days#135-038 
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Blastocyst, ball of cells, implanted in uterine wall, embryo 6-7 days, maternal blood supply. Prenatal series

 View Image #135-055Blood Clot, Plaque in Leg, Angiogenesis#135-055 
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Plaque & blood clot in leg artery reduces blood flow, causing tissue death. Angiogenesis, sprouting of new blood vessels repa...

 View Image #135-023Brachial Plexus Injury#135-023 
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Brachial plexus injury in musician makes playing viola painful. Shows brachial plexus origin in cervical spine and supporting...

 View Image #135-026Brachial plexus nerves - Neck to Hand#135-026 
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Figure showing nerves from spine through the brachial plexus, in relation to the shoulder, running down the arm into hand.

 View Image #135-002Brain Damage/closed head injury#135-002 
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Closed head injury with brain damage shows lesions of frontal lobe, midbrain, thalamus, corpus callosum and limbic system. Al...

 View Image #135-052Breast Angiogenesis#135-052 
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Cross section of breast with tumor. New blood vessels sprout, nourish the tumor & help it grow and spread. Angiogenesis.

 View Image #135-082Breast Implant under Pectoralis Minor Muscle#135-082 
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Breast implant surgery. Implant is against chest wall, under pectoralis minor muscle, which is sutured to pectoralis major mu...

 View Image #135-018Breast Reduction with Free Nipple#135-018 
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Breast Reduction with free nipple graft when nipple is not viable. Companion exhibit of breast reduction with pedicle and via...

 View Image #135-003Breast Reduction with Pedicle & Viable Nipple#135-003 
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Breast reduction surgery with pedicle and viable nipple. Companion exhibit has free nipple graft when not viable.1350-018

 View Image #135-044Breathing-normal v. smoke-inhalation#135-044 
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Normal breathing, airway,lungs, compared with toxins-soot- carbon monoxide inhaled from smoke and damage to airway and lungs

 View Image #135-011Burn-Second Degree skin, blisters#135-011 
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Skin layers showing second degree burn through most of dermis with blisters. Normal, first and third degree burns also availa...

 View Image #135-012Burn-Third Degree#135-012 
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Skin layers showing third degree burn completely obliterating epidermal and dermal structures. Normal, first and second degre...
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