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10/21/14
Anatomia da Região Cervical (Pescoço) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Anatomia da Região Cervical (Pescoço)
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Anatomia da Região Cervical (Pescoço) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta ilustração médica exibe a anatomia das artérias, veias e nervos da região da espinha cervical (pescoço). Estruturas identificadas incluem a artéria carótida externa, veia jugular externa, veia jugular interna, artéria cervical superficial, artéria escapular dorsal, artéria supraescapular, artéria subclávia, veia subclávia, veia braquiocefálica, veia jugular anterior, veia tireóide inferior e artéria carótida interna.

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