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Failure to Diagnose and Treat Nonketotic Hyperglycemia with Resulting Multi-Organ Failure and Death - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing, Anatomy Illustration



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10/27/20
Failure to Diagnose and Treat Nonketotic Hyperglycemia with Resulting Multi-Organ Failure and Death - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Failure to Diagnose and Treat Nonketotic Hyperglycemia with Resulting Multi-Organ Failure and Death - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features illustrations depicting widespread hyperglycemia and dehydration that ultimately leads to subsequent organ failure and death. The first image features a figure with arrows highlighting the path of fluid to the kidneys. A second image shows an enlarged view of the kidneys and bladder. The third image shows a cellular view outlining the osmotic shift of fluid to the intravascular space. The fourth image features a figure and highlights the location of the organ failure. The final image provides a cellular view of the tissue in the final stages of dehydration that has led to vascular collapse.

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