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9/24/20
Síndrome do Comportamento com Procedimento de Fasciotomia - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Síndrome do Comportamento com Procedimento de Fasciotomia - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Este trabalho médico exibe fotos da síndrome de compartimento da perna direita com procedimentos de fasciotomia em uma série de três ilustrações. A primeira ilustração mostra um corte transversal em uma perna normal. A segunda ilustração mostra um corte transversal em uma perna com síndrome de compartimento. A imagem final ilustra um procedimento cirúrgico de fasciotomia.

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