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3/30/20
Parede do Cólon Sigmóide Normal vs Divertículo de Sigmóide - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Parede do Cólon Sigmóide Normal vs Divertículo de Sigmóide - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta série de ilustrações médicas compara a parede de um cólon sigmóide normal com a de um divertículo do sigmóide. A ilustração mostra que a parede do cólon sigmóide é composta por quatro camadas principais: a mucosa (ou revestimento mucoso), a submucosa, a mucosa muscular e a camada serosa.

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