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11/23/20
Asma – Brônquio Inflamado - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Asma – Brônquio Inflamado - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Ataque de Asma. A mostra médica compara as diferenças anatômicas em um brônquio normal e um brônquio inflamado, como visto na asma ou na bronquite aguda. Uma figura com um sistema respiratório ajuda a orientar o observador.

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