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10/24/20
Anatomia do Plexo Braquial na Criança - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Anatomia do Plexo Braquial na Criança - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Este trabalho médico descreve a anatomia do plexo braquial em uma criança a partir de uma visão anterior (frontal). Uma cabeça e torso do bebê são mostrados com uma visão esquemática da medula espinhal e raízes do nervo para C5, C6, C7, C8 e T1. Além disso, existem áreas correspondentes codificadas por cores mostrando as regiões do ombro, braços e tórax superior afetado por danos às raízes nervosas, como visto em um ferimento de distócia de ombro de nascimento durante o parto.

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