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1/18/21
Blood Vessel Blockage of the Lower Legs - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Blood Vessel Blockage of the Lower Legs - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Blocked Arteries (Blood Vessel Artery Blockage) of the Lower Legs. Depicts the right posterior tibial artery with complete occlusion from plaque and calcification. Shows the left posterior tibial artery with 80% occlusion from plaque formation, calcification and thrombus. The middle image functions as and orientation to the blocked blood vessels in the lower leg as well as showing the pathological loss of hair and devascularization of the lower legs.

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