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10/26/20
Ferimento do Nascimento – Distócia com Ferimento no Plexo Braquial - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Ferimento do Nascimento – Distócia com Ferimento no Plexo Braquial - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Distócia do Ombro com Ferimento do Plexo Braquial de Nascimento. Esta série de ilustrações médicas descreve dramaticamente o ferimento iatrogênico dos nervos do plexo braquial uma vez que o ombro esquerdo do bebê fica preso sob o osso púbico da mãe durante o parto. Subseqüentemente, os nervos do plexo braquial são esticados e rasgados quando o bebê é retirado do canal de nascimento.

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