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Complete Colectomy with Ileostomy - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Complete Colectomy (Colon Removal) with Ileostomy Surgery. This medical exhibit compares normal abdominal anatomy with a post-colectomy appearance. The post-operative condition shows the large colon having been removed, with a residual rectal stump. This image also indicates a small portion of the small intestine has been passed through the abdominal wall to create a ileostomy stoma.
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Fort Meyers, FL
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illustrations, drawings, pictures, graphics, charts, medical animations,
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