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10/20/20
Cuore con aree di potenziale blocco delle arterie coronarie - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Cuore con aree di potenziale blocco delle arterie coronarie - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
L’immagine medica mostra aree di blocco da placca nelle arterie coronarie. Le didascalie includono la vena cava superiore, l’aorta, l’arteria polmonare sinistra, il tronco polmonare, l’arteria coronaria destra, la principale arteria coronaria sinistra, il ramo circonflesso, il ramo discendente anteriore sinistro e altri vasi.

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