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10/20/20
Anatomia do Coração com Locais de Bloqueio Potencial em Artérias Coronárias - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Anatomia do Coração com Locais de Bloqueio Potencial em Artérias Coronárias - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta ilustração médica descreve dramaticamente o coração e artérias coronárias com locais potenciais de bloqueio de placa. Os rótulos nas imagens incluem a veia cava superior, aorta, artéria pulmonar esquerda, tronco pulmonar, artéria coronária direita, artéria coronária principal esquerda, ramo circunflexo, ramo descendente anterior esquerdo e outros. Detalhes: A. Artéria normal com um lúmen claro e fluxo sanguíneo; B. Acúmulo inicial de placa dentro do lúmen permitindo apenas um fluxo sanguíneo parcial; C. Condição final com artéria totalmente bloqueada.

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