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1/19/21
Herz mit potenziellen Blockierungen in Koronararterien - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Herz mit potenziellen Blockierungen in Koronararterien - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Das medizinische Bild zeigt durch Plaque blockierte Stellen in den Koronararterien. Die Beschriftungen umfassen Vena cava superior, Aorta, linke Pulmonalarterie, Lungenstamm, rechte Koronararterie, linke Hauptkoronararterie, Ramus circumflexus, linker Ramus descendens anterior und sonstige.

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