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3/30/20
Anatomía del plexo braquial en bebés - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Anatomía del plexo braquial en bebés - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Este diagrama médico muestra la anatomía del plexo braquial en un bebé desde una vista anterior (frontal). Se muestra la cabeza y el torso del bebé con una vista esquemática de la médula espinal y las raíces nerviosas para C5, C6, C7, C8 y T1. Además, existen áreas con códigos de colores correspondientes que muestran las regiones de los hombros, brazos y tórax superior afectadas por daños en las raíces nerviosas como se han visto en una lesión de nacimiento por distocia de hombros ocurrida durante el parto.

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