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10/20/20
Cœur avec sites potentiels de blocage dans les artères coronaires - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Cœur avec sites potentiels de blocage dans les artères coronaires - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
L’image médicale montre des sites de blocage de plaque dans les artères coronaires. Les légendes incluent la veine cave supérieure, l’aorte, l’artère pulmonaire gauche, le tronc pulmonaire, l’artère coronaire droite, l’artère coronaire principale gauche, l’artère auriculo-ventriculaire, branche descendante antérieure et autres.

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