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5/31/20
Resulting Ischemia Following an Intimal Tear - Medical Animation
 
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Resulting Ischemia Following an Intimal Tear - Medical Animation
This medical animation features the resulting ischemia that resulted following an imtimal tear in an artery that led to complete occlusion of the blood flow to the lower leg.

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