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7/6/20
Intracranial Hemorrhage - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Intracranial Hemorrhage - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Full color exhibit features four medical illustrations of the head comparing normal brain anatomy versus an intracranial hemorrhage condition. In the healthy lateral cutaway view and the axial section of the head and brain, the cerebrum, lateral ventricle, skull, cerebullem, 4th ventricle and brainstem are clearly labeled. The other two drawings and a MRI scan depict a large hematoma within the cerebellum, compressed brainstem, compressed 4th ventricle, and hydrocephalus (excess fluid builds up) in the brain.

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