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FASCINATING MEDICAL EXTRAVAGANZA

1. "Superior cava vein syndrome. It is the set of signs and symptoms secondary to obstruction of the venous return of the upper cava vein. 65 % of cases of SVCS are malignant, with lung cancer being the most common cause, the other 35 % are often associated with endovascular catheter use and step-mark, aortic aneurysm, thyroid growth between others."

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2. "Amazing image of the human body stripped of fat, muscle and bone tissue, with only the vasculature preserved and exposed in a plastination process! This is the circulatory system as a whole, with the largest blood vessel, the aorta, visible in the center. A vast network of organs and vases responsible for blood flow, nutrients, hormones, oxygen and other gases to and from cells.

The principle of preserving blood vessels is quite simple, injecting a solution, more precisely: liquid plastic (or resin). An incision is made in a vein of the foot, then the plastic is injected into a vein of the neck; the blood flows from the foot and the plastic fills the rest of the vases, enriching them and keeping them safe, resulting in this image , while the rest is dissolved with an acid. It's made up of incredible 60.000 miles (96.560 kilometers) of blood vessels!"

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3. "The blood (lighter) and the venous (darkest). The top 2 syringes contain blood (darkest) removed from a vein, while the lower 3 syringes contain blood (reddish and bright) removed from an artery. Arterial blood is oxygenated blood in the circulatory system, found in the lung vein, left chambers of the heart and arteries. It's red alive, while venous blood is dark red.

Venous blood is ′′ deoxygenated ′′ (low oxygen content and higher concentration of carbon dioxide, which gives you a dark colour) that flows from small hair blood vessels within the tissues to progressively larger veins to later hit the side right of the heart. At that point, it is pumped by the right ventricle to the lungs through the lung artery that divides into two branches, going to the right and left lungs. The blood is oxygenated in the lungs (where gas exchange occurs) and returns to the left atrium through the lungs."

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4. Skin graft

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5. Before skin graft + a week after.

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6. Skin graft

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7. "This perfect spinal cord image. The spinal cord is within the spinal canal, which is formed by the orifices of 7 cervical vertebrae, 12 thoracic, 5 lumbars and 5 sacral, which together form the spinal column. The spinal cord extends from the magnum foramen to the level of the first and second lumbar vertebrae (at birth, to the second and third lumbar vertebrae)."

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8. Eye surgery

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9. "Spinocellular lower lip carcinoma rebuilt by ′′ ladder ′′ retail technique. The most common cancer of the lower lip is squamous cell carcinoma. As most lip cancer patients are + 60 years old, surgery planning and rebuilding should take into consideration age and comorbidities.

The ladder or step technique is a method of achieving good functional rebuilding in a one-step procedure. It can be used to close one-third to two-thirds of the medial defects of the lower lip. It basically represents a skin-muscle-mucous retail for lip reconstruction."

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10. "A patient who suffered an accident got a big bleed losing her hand skin. To avoid necrosis of tissue while keeping vascularization, the patient's hand was placed inside the skin of the abdomen and stayed for a period of 2 weeks.

As a result, the patient's hand continued to receive blood supplies from the body, developing a healthy tissue capable of receiving a skin graft. Without this procedure, the patient's hand could infect, necrise, and the patient had a great risk of losing his hand."

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11. " Toxic megacolon occurs when, due to inflammatory gut diseases, colon becomes wide, dilated, and distended. When this happens, the colon is unable to remove gases or feces from the body, due to the excessive size of the large intestine, there is a great difficulty that nerve impulses allow for relaxation and contraction of the colon, in the movements that cause the feces be eliminated.

Therefore, those who have megacolon may suffer from severe conditions, such as complete intestinal obstruction. Among the main symptoms of megacolon, it is possible to highlight: severe constipation, where the patient can no longer eliminate feces due to colon size, difficulty eliminating even gases, strong stomach aches, abdominal swelling, constant discomfort, nausea and vomiting."

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12. "This perfect image of the study of a fetal brain after death"

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13. "Work accident injury. This accident resulted in subtotal amputation of the index finger with loss of circulation. Examination, both digital arteries were completely sectioned along with the division of both flexors and the proximal phalanx fracture.

The total surgery duration was 4 hours, where bone shortening was performed 1 cm, both arteries were repaired, fixation with cable k was performed, the ulnar digital nerve was repaired, both flexors were repaired and an extender hamstring and a dorsal vein were also repaired summarizing the success of the Medical team."

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14. "Amazing picture of a real example of hypercholesterolaemia! Blood pic collected from an extremely high cholesterol patient."

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15. "A surgical team ′′ saves ′′ the severed hand by grafting it into the patient's leg. Due to the massive loss of tissue and the serious involvement of the vases, the traumatic severed hand cannot immediately be reimplanted! In order to avoid losing limb, the team adapted the vases and grafted the limb on the patient's leg, where in subsequent surgery, after the forearm's adjustment, the hand will be reimplanted at its proper location."

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16. "Anatomical differences between a normal (left) brain and one with Alzheimer's. Extended grooves indicate severe progressive cerebral atrophy and decreased brain mass due to neuronal loss."

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17. "The best image you will see of the female breeding device: womb, ovaries and uterine tubes.

Every month, it self-destructs and rebuilds; through this process, it eliminates menstruation through contractions, so that menstrual pain is a pain in the womb, not in the ovaries! It can support up to 150 times its own weight; the ONLY organ being able to create another organ: the placenta."

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18. "Hand flexor tendon repair surgery"

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22. "An amazing image of a healthy womb cervix. The cervix is located at the bottom of the vagina and serves to separate internal and external organs from female genitalia, so it is a very sensitive area and greater exposure to the risk of sex-related diseases and changes.

The cervix produces the cervical mucus which is one way to know if we are fertile or not, it alone already shows us some important signs. If we've seen that cervical mucus goes from a sticky mucus to a moist mucus, it shows that it's preparing to facilitate the passage of sperm containing sperm, and the cervix itself adapts to make this passage more perfect!"

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that second pic was cool

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I won't even mention the one with the lady's one little piggy hanging out of her sandal of her unbroken leg!

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Fantastic. Spectacular

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Outstanding post, Simone!

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Absolutely loved this post. Very informative!

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beautiful, cathartic, educational and sad all at the same time. thank you simone.

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