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10/29/20
Anatomia do Cérebro - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Anatomia do Cérebro - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Este trabalho médico colorido ilustra a anatomia primária do cérebro normal sadio de uma visão anterior (frontal) e uma seção de corte vista de cima. Rótulos identificam o cérebro, lobo parietal, lobo occipital, cerebelo, medula oblonga e lobos temporal e frontal.

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