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Intracerebral Hematoma Secondary to Coumadin Anticoagulation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This full color stock medical exhibit depicts an intracerebral hematoma that is secondary to coumadin anticoagulation. The first image displays the patient's pre-operative MRI film and directly under the film is an interpretive illustration superimposed over the x-ray film to reveal the large hemorrhage. A series of four images then illustrate the surgical procedure utilized to correct the situation. These steps include the incision made over the scalp, the removal of a portion of the skull, the drainage of the hematoma and the closing of the wound site.
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