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Pulmón colapsado con daño en el tejido cerebral - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Pulmón colapsado con daño resultante en el tejido cerebral. Muestra sangre rica en oxígeno viajando de los pulmones al cerebro. Las partes etiquetadas incluyen el cerebro, la tráquea, el oxígeno, el corazón y los pulmones. Muestra transferencia de oxígeno en la corriente sanguínea, que viaja por medio de las arterias al cerebro. En la segunda imagen, los pulmones se muestran colapsados, con pocos niveles de oxígeno fluyendo al cerebro (hipoxia). El cerebro es oscurecido para indicar la muerte generalizada del tejido.
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