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7/4/20
Obstrucción de los vasos sanguíneos de la parte inferior de las piernas - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Obstrucción de los vasos sanguíneos de la parte inferior de las piernas - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Arterias obstruidas (obstrucción arterial de los vasos sanguíneos) de la parte inferior de las piernas. Muestra la arteria tibial posterior derecha con oclusión completa causada por la placa y calcificación. Muestra la arteria tibial posterior izquierda con oclusión al 80% causada por la formación de placa, calcificación y trombo. La imagen del centro funciona como orientación a los vasos sanguíneos obstruidos en la parte inferior de la pierna y muestra la pérdida patológica de pelo y devascularización de la parte inferior de las piernas.

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