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9/23/20
Surgical Laparoscopy with Injury to the Iliac Artery and Vein - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Surgical Laparoscopy with Injury to the Iliac Artery and Vein - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Laparoscopic Surgery with Iatrogenic Injury to the Iliac Artery and Vein. Depicts the insertion of a laparoscopic trocar and the physician-related damage to the common iliac artery and vein. Shows correct insertion of the trocar in relation to the abdominal cavity, abdominal aorta, and common iliac artery and vein. Contrasts with incorrect insertion of the trocar, penetrating the iliac artery and vein. Enlargement shows the hemorrhage of the blood vessels.

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