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Anatomie d'un Spinal Nerve dans le plexus brachial - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Cette exposition médicale série dépeint l'anatomie d'un nerf spinal dans la région du cou, à l'échelle microscopique. Début d'une partie postérieure (arrière) visualiser les nerfs de la moelle épinière dans le cou de l'enfant, l'illustration montrant progressivement fouilles plus profondes élargissements de l'axone nerveux et bundle. Labels comprennent les vaisseaux sanguins, le noyau de la cellule de Schwann, gaine de myéline, axone, et de réduire axon bundle.
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