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6/19/21
Inflamed Retrocecal Appendix - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Inflamed Retrocecal Appendix - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This full color medical illustration features one drawing of the anterior abdominal organs and two enlarged insets of the cecum and appendix comparing normal anatomy with retrocecal appendicitis (inflammation of the appendix). Labels on the images identify the gallbladder, liver, transverse colon, pancreas, stomach, cecum, small intestine, fallopian (uterine) tube, ovary, uterus and ilieum.

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