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5/28/20
Cerebral Arteriograms - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Cerebral Arteriograms - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Cerebral Arteriograms. This full color medical exhibit features an anterior view of the brain with its main arteries. Below it are reproductions of two actual arteriograms: one of the right side and one of the left side. The arteriograms clearly show large bilateral blockages of the internal carotid arteries and many smaller thrombi throughout the arterial branches going up into the brain.

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