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5/27/20
Veins and Arteries of the Head & Neck - Medical Animation
 
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Veins and Arteries of the Head & Neck - Medical Animation
This 3D medical animation displays a rotating male head that dissolves to reveal the arteries and veins of the head and neck regions. Visible, but not labeled, are the clinically important carotid artery, cerebral arteries and jugular vein. This animation may be customized to include more detailed information of the blood vessels of this region, ranging from normal anatomy to pathology, trauma and surgery.

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