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Stock Photo #4029R-140961, first aid, doctor, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, cardia massage, artificial respiration, mannequin
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Stock Photo #4029R-303993, first aid, doctor, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, cardia massage, artificial respiration, mannequin
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Stock Photo #824-60450, CARDIA, ENDOSCOPY FINDINGS
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Stock Photo #824-72194, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. ´BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Department of morphological and functional imaging, led by Professor Fredy, at the Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital in Paris, France.Gadolinium enhanced MRI-T1. Coronal cut-away. Glioblastoma.´
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. ´BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Department of morphological and functional imaging, led by Professor Fredy, at the Piti...
BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. ´BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Department of morphological and functional imaging, led by Professor Fredy, at the Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital in Paris, France.Gadolinium enhanced MRI-T1. Coronal cut-away. Glioblastoma.´
Stock Photo #824-49180, GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX. Representation of the gastroesophageal reflux. On the left of the illustration, localisation of the stomach and its relations with the adjacant organs. On the right of the illustration, zoom on the stomach and the gastroesophagal sphincter at the level of where occurs the reflux gastric reflux from the stomach towards the esophagus.
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GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX. Representation of the gastroesophageal reflux. On the left of the illustration, localisation of the ...
GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX. Representation of the gastroesophageal reflux. On the left of the illustration, localisation of the stomach and its relations with the adjacant organs. On the right of the illustration, zoom on the stomach and the gastroesophagal sphincter at the level of where occurs the reflux gastric reflux from the stomach towards the esophagus.
Stock Photo #824-80844, HEART, SONOGRAPHY. Photo essay from hospital. Photo essay at the private hospital of Antony, France 92. Department of cardiology. Heart sonography or cardiac ultrasound under stress test simulated by an injection of dobutamine.
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HEART, SONOGRAPHY. Photo essay from hospital. Photo essay at the private hospital of Antony, France 92. Department of cardiol...
HEART, SONOGRAPHY. Photo essay from hospital. Photo essay at the private hospital of Antony, France 92. Department of cardiology. Heart sonography or cardiac ultrasound under stress test simulated by an injection of dobutamine.
Stock Photo #824-94482, GASTRIC CARCINOMA, X_RAY. Carcinoma of the stomach at the level of the cardia primary tumor. Abdominal x_ray in front view.
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GASTRIC CARCINOMA, X_RAY. Carcinoma of the stomach at the level of the cardia primary tumor. Abdominal x_ray in front view.
Stock Photo #824-18606, STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING Anatomy of the stomach. The stomach is composed of the cardia junction with the esophagus, the fundud upper part, the body of the stomach, the antrum lower part and the pylorus junction with the duodenum.
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STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING Anatomy of the stomach. The stomach is composed of the cardia junction with the esophagus,...
STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING Anatomy of the stomach. The stomach is composed of the cardia junction with the esophagus, the fundud upper part, the body of the stomach, the antrum lower part and the pylorus junction with the duodenum.
Stock Photo #824-15214, FETAL MONITORING
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FETAL MONITORING
Stock Photo #824-14249, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Gadolinium enhanced MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. The cortical sulci are crushed rendering them invisible.
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Gadolinium enhanced MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. The cortical sulci are crushed rendering them ...
BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Gadolinium enhanced MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. The cortical sulci are crushed rendering them invisible.
Stock Photo #4175-601, Vaccination against Magengeschwre
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Vaccination against Magengeschwre
Stock Photo #824-27150, ANATOMY. ANATOMY Cast of a woman´s trunk with the rib cage, left side open. Following removal of the heart, part of the stomach and the jejunum-ileon, showing the internal wall of the right side, inner side of the stomach (cardia,pylorus), insertion of the mesenterium and trajectory of the colon (side view). Copies of castings done by A. Nicolas. The originals are at the Paris Museum of Medicine.
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ANATOMY. ANATOMY Cast of a woman´s trunk with the rib cage, left side open. Following removal of the heart, part of the stoma...
ANATOMY. ANATOMY Cast of a woman´s trunk with the rib cage, left side open. Following removal of the heart, part of the stomach and the jejunum-ileon, showing the internal wall of the right side, inner side of the stomach (cardia,pylorus), insertion of the mesenterium and trajectory of the colon (side view). Copies of castings done by A. Nicolas. The originals are at the Paris Museum of Medicine.
Stock Photo #4175-7797, Medicine heart cross section medical medicine medical illustrations Medical
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Stock Photo #824-109279, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. A nodulus of the cerebellum protrudes into the cystic cavity.
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. A nodulus of the cerebellum protrudes into the cystic cavity.
Stock Photo #4239R-9443, Conceptual image of human digestive system showing gallbladder, pancrease, stomach and liver.
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Stock Photo #824-125907, Illustration of the hiatal hernia operation called Nissen fundoplication. It involves correctly repositioning the stomach under the diaphragm, tightening the hiatal orifice and reconstituting the anti-reflux valve. The valve part of the stomach is wrapped around the esophagus.
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Illustration of the hiatal hernia operation called Nissen fundoplication. It involves correctly repositioning the stomach und...
Illustration of the hiatal hernia operation called Nissen fundoplication. It involves correctly repositioning the stomach under the diaphragm, tightening the hiatal orifice and reconstituting the anti-reflux valve. The valve part of the stomach is wrapped around the esophagus.
Stock Photo #4029R-364767, first aid, doctor, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, cardia massage, artificial respiration, mannequin
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Stock Photo #824-36847, DIGESTIVE SYSTEM, ILLUSTRATION. Digestive system gastric part from the terminal part of the esophagus, the stomach, the duodenum and the intestinum tenue.
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DIGESTIVE SYSTEM, ILLUSTRATION. Digestive system gastric part from the terminal part of the esophagus, the stomach, the duode...
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM, ILLUSTRATION. Digestive system gastric part from the terminal part of the esophagus, the stomach, the duodenum and the intestinum tenue.
Stock Photo #4239R-9438, Conceptual image of human pancreas and stomach.
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Conceptual image of human pancreas and stomach.
Stock Photo #4128R-23617, Human stomach, computer artwork.
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Human stomach, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4239R-8120, Anatomy of the human stomach.
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Anatomy of the human stomach.
Stock Photo #824-34919, DIGESTIVE SYSTEM, ILLUSTRATION. Stomach. With the stomach, the duodenum and the intestinum tenue that join the ascending, transverse and descending colon.
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DIGESTIVE SYSTEM, ILLUSTRATION. Stomach. With the stomach, the duodenum and the intestinum tenue that join the ascending, tra...
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM, ILLUSTRATION. Stomach. With the stomach, the duodenum and the intestinum tenue that join the ascending, transverse and descending colon.
Stock Photo #824-42461, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. A nodulus of the cerebellum protrudes into the cystic cavity.
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. A nodulus of the cerebellum protrudes into the cystic cavity.
Stock Photo #824-33321, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells which have invaded the cortical region. Gadolinium-enhanced MRI-T1.
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells...
BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells which have invaded the cortical region. Gadolinium-enhanced MRI-T1.
Stock Photo #824-54859, DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. Anatomic model of the digestive tract of an adult human body anterior view. The esophagus in tan brings the alimentary bolus to the upper part of the stomach in nude, the cardia. In the body of the stomach, the food is stored and mixed with enzymes
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DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. Anatomic model of the digestive tract of an adult human body anterior view. The esophagus in tan brings the...
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. Anatomic model of the digestive tract of an adult human body anterior view. The esophagus in tan brings the alimentary bolus to the upper part of the stomach in nude, the cardia. In the body of the stomach, the food is stored and mixed with enzymes
Stock Photo #824-32896, STOMACH, DRAWING. Representation of a normal gastroesophageal sphincter, hermetic, preventing the gastroesophageal reflux.
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STOMACH, DRAWING. Representation of a normal gastroesophageal sphincter, hermetic, preventing the gastroesophageal reflux.
Stock Photo #824-31047, STOMACH, DRAWING. The stomach is a hollow organ lying in the upper left part of the abdomen, in the epigastric region. The cardia is the point of junction between the esophagus and the stomach. The pyloris is the part of the stomach that joins the duodenum
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STOMACH, DRAWING. The stomach is a hollow organ lying in the upper left part of the abdomen, in the epigastric region. The ca...
STOMACH, DRAWING. The stomach is a hollow organ lying in the upper left part of the abdomen, in the epigastric region. The cardia is the point of junction between the esophagus and the stomach. The pyloris is the part of the stomach that joins the duodenum
Stock Photo #4239R-8628, Cross section of human stomach.
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Cross section of human stomach.
Stock Photo #824-64323, STOMACH, X_RAY. STOMACH, X_RAY Normal stomach. Abdominal x_ray in front view.
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STOMACH, X_RAY. STOMACH, X_RAY Normal stomach. Abdominal x_ray in front view.
Stock Photo #824-61984, STOMACH, X_RAY. STOMACH, X_RAY Normal stomach. Abdominal x_ray in front view.
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STOMACH, X_RAY. STOMACH, X_RAY Normal stomach. Abdominal x_ray in front view.
Stock Photo #4239R-9444, Conceptual image of human digestive system showing gallbladder, pancrease, stomach and liver.
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Stock Photo #824-19845, STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING The stomach is composed of the cardia junction with the esophagus, the fundud upper part, the body of the stomach, the antrum lower part and the pylorus junction with the duodenum.
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STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING The stomach is composed of the cardia junction with the esophagus, the fundud upper part, ...
STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING The stomach is composed of the cardia junction with the esophagus, the fundud upper part, the body of the stomach, the antrum lower part and the pylorus junction with the duodenum.
Stock Photo #4029R-60344, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, doctor, cardia massage, artificial respiration, hand, mannequin
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Stock Photo #3153-815860, lamberto cardia
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Stock Photo #824-14248, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Gadolinium enhanced MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. The cortical sulci are crushed rendering them invisible.
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Gadolinium enhanced MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. The cortical sulci are crushed rendering them ...
BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Gadolinium enhanced MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. The cortical sulci are crushed rendering them invisible.
Stock Photo #824-33320, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells which have invaded the cortical region. Gadolinium-enhanced MRI-T1.
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells...
BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells which have invaded the cortical region. Gadolinium-enhanced MRI-T1.
Stock Photo #824-104060, STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING Section of the stomach and duodenum.
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STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING Section of the stomach and duodenum.
Stock Photo #824-83819, GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX. Representation of the gastroesophageal reflux. On the left of the illustration, localisation of the stomach and its relations with the adjacant organs. On the right of the illustration, zoom on the stomach and the gastroesophagal sphincter at the level of where occurs the reflux gastric reflux from the stomach towards the esophagus. In comparison, in background, zoom on the stomach and a hermetic sphincter preventing the reflux.
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GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX. Representation of the gastroesophageal reflux. On the left of the illustration, localisation of the ...
GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX. Representation of the gastroesophageal reflux. On the left of the illustration, localisation of the stomach and its relations with the adjacant organs. On the right of the illustration, zoom on the stomach and the gastroesophagal sphincter at the level of where occurs the reflux gastric reflux from the stomach towards the esophagus. In comparison, in background, zoom on the stomach and a hermetic sphincter preventing the reflux.
Stock Photo #824-45402, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells which have invaded the cortical region. Gadolinium-enhanced MRI-T1.
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells...
BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells which have invaded the cortical region. Gadolinium-enhanced MRI-T1.
Stock Photo #824-19789, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. ´BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Department of morphological and functional imaging, led by Professor Fredy, at the Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital in Paris, France.Gadolinium enhanced MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. Cortical folds are crushed and thus the cortical sulci are not visible.´
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. ´BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Department of morphological and functional imaging, led by Professor Fredy, at the Piti...
BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. ´BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Department of morphological and functional imaging, led by Professor Fredy, at the Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital in Paris, France.Gadolinium enhanced MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. Cortical folds are crushed and thus the cortical sulci are not visible.´
Stock Photo #824-102086, ABDOMEN, ANATOMY. Model of the intern anatomy of the trunk of an asexual adult human body, face on. At the thoracic level, the heart withdrawal makes visible the right and left main lung bronchi in light blue, first branching of the aerial respiratory tract. The blood
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ABDOMEN, ANATOMY. Model of the intern anatomy of the trunk of an asexual adult human body, face on. At the thoracic level, th...
ABDOMEN, ANATOMY. Model of the intern anatomy of the trunk of an asexual adult human body, face on. At the thoracic level, the heart withdrawal makes visible the right and left main lung bronchi in light blue, first branching of the aerial respiratory tract. The blood
Stock Photo #824-20045, STOMACH, DRAWING. The stomach is a hollow organ lying in the upper left part of the abdomen, in the epigastric region. The cardia is the point of junction between the esophagus and the stomach. The pyloris is the part of the stomach that joins the duodenum
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STOMACH, DRAWING. The stomach is a hollow organ lying in the upper left part of the abdomen, in the epigastric region. The ca...
STOMACH, DRAWING. The stomach is a hollow organ lying in the upper left part of the abdomen, in the epigastric region. The cardia is the point of junction between the esophagus and the stomach. The pyloris is the part of the stomach that joins the duodenum
Stock Photo #824-35405, STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING The stomach is a hollow organ lying in the upper left part of the abdomen, in the epigastric region. The cardia is the point of junction between the esophagus and the stomach. The pyloris is the part of the stomach that joins the duodenum.
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STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING The stomach is a hollow organ lying in the upper left part of the abdomen, in the epigastr...
STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING The stomach is a hollow organ lying in the upper left part of the abdomen, in the epigastric region. The cardia is the point of junction between the esophagus and the stomach. The pyloris is the part of the stomach that joins the duodenum.
Stock Photo #3153-657988, lamberto cardia
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Stock Photo #824-68870, STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING The stomach is a hollow organ lying in the upper left part of the abdomen, in the epigastric region. The cardia is the point of junction between the esophagus and the stomach. The pyloris is the part of the stomach that joins the duodenum.
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STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING The stomach is a hollow organ lying in the upper left part of the abdomen, in the epigastr...
STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING The stomach is a hollow organ lying in the upper left part of the abdomen, in the epigastric region. The cardia is the point of junction between the esophagus and the stomach. The pyloris is the part of the stomach that joins the duodenum.
Stock Photo #4239R-8119, Anatomy of the human stomach.
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Anatomy of the human stomach.
Stock Photo #3153-755902, lamberto cardia
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Stock Photo #4029R-199511, first aid, doctor, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, cardia massage, artificial respiration, mannequin
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Stock Photo #824-125906, Illustration of a hiatal hernia. A hiatal hernia appears when part of the stomach (at the cardia) protrudes from the thorax through the hiatal orifice of the diaphragm which causes gastroesophageal reflux.
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Illustration of a hiatal hernia. A hiatal hernia appears when part of the stomach (at the cardia) protrudes from the thorax t...
Illustration of a hiatal hernia. A hiatal hernia appears when part of the stomach (at the cardia) protrudes from the thorax through the hiatal orifice of the diaphragm which causes gastroesophageal reflux.
Stock Photo #824-84161, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells which have invaded the cortical region. Gadolinium-enhanced MRI-T1.
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells...
BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells which have invaded the cortical region. Gadolinium-enhanced MRI-T1.
Stock Photo #4029R-368699, first aid, doctor, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, cardia massage, artificial respiration, mannequin
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Stock Photo #824-94483, GASTRIC CARCINOMA, X_RAY. Carcinoma of the stomach at the level of the cardia primary tumor. Abdominal x_ray in front view.
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GASTRIC CARCINOMA, X_RAY. Carcinoma of the stomach at the level of the cardia primary tumor. Abdominal x_ray in front view.
Stock Photo #824-93171, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Malignant tumor in brain´s left, temporal, frontal lobe. Axial view.
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Malignant tumor in brain´s left, temporal, frontal lobe. Axial view.
Stock Photo #824-38474, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells which have invaded the cortical region. Gadolinium-enhanced MRI-T1.
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells...
BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells which have invaded the cortical region. Gadolinium-enhanced MRI-T1.
Stock Photo #4239R-9429, Gall bladder with stomach.
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Stock Photo #824-18003, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. A nodulus of the cerebellum protrudes into the cystic cavity.
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. A nodulus of the cerebellum protrudes into the cystic cavity.
Stock Photo #824-72729, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Department of morphological and functional imaging, led by Professor Fredy, at the Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital in Paris, France. MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. A nodulus of the cerebellum protrudes into the cystic cavity.
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Department of morphological and functional imaging, led by Professor Fredy, at the Pitié...
BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Department of morphological and functional imaging, led by Professor Fredy, at the Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital in Paris, France. MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. A nodulus of the cerebellum protrudes into the cystic cavity.
Stock Photo #824-26515, ANATOMY. ANATOMY Cast of a woman´s trunk with the rib cage, left side open. Following removal of the heart, part of the stomach and the jejunum-ileon, showing the internal wall of the right side, inner side of the stomach (cardia,pylorus), insertion of the mesenterium and trajectory of the colon (side view). Copies of castings done by A. Nicolas. The originals are at the Paris Museum of Medicine.
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ANATOMY. ANATOMY Cast of a woman´s trunk with the rib cage, left side open. Following removal of the heart, part of the stoma...
ANATOMY. ANATOMY Cast of a woman´s trunk with the rib cage, left side open. Following removal of the heart, part of the stomach and the jejunum-ileon, showing the internal wall of the right side, inner side of the stomach (cardia,pylorus), insertion of the mesenterium and trajectory of the colon (side view). Copies of castings done by A. Nicolas. The originals are at the Paris Museum of Medicine.
Stock Photo #824-45401, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells which have invaded the cortical region. Gadolinium-enhanced MRI-T1.
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells...
BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Glioblastoma. Absence of edema, generalized epileptic seizures due to disseminated cells which have invaded the cortical region. Gadolinium-enhanced MRI-T1.
Stock Photo #824-64324, STOMACH, X_RAY. STOMACH, X_RAY Normal stomach. Abdominal x_ray in front view.
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STOMACH, X_RAY. STOMACH, X_RAY Normal stomach. Abdominal x_ray in front view.
Stock Photo #824-75222, DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. Anatomic model of the upper part of the digestive tract of an adult human body left lateral view of a median section of the head, anterior view of the chest. The mouth is the starting point of the digestive tract. Its opening is mainly controled by the
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DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. Anatomic model of the upper part of the digestive tract of an adult human body left lateral view of a media...
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. Anatomic model of the upper part of the digestive tract of an adult human body left lateral view of a median section of the head, anterior view of the chest. The mouth is the starting point of the digestive tract. Its opening is mainly controled by the
Stock Photo #824-14247, BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Gadolinium enhanced MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. The cortical sulci are crushed rendering them invisible.
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BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Gadolinium enhanced MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. The cortical sulci are crushed rendering them ...
BRAIN CARDIA, MRI. BRAIN CARDIA, MRI Gadolinium enhanced MRI-T1. Glioblastoma. The cortical sulci are crushed rendering them invisible.
Stock Photo #3153-773322, lamberto cardia, consob
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Stock Photo #4239R-9371, Conceptual image of peptic ulcer in human stomach.
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Conceptual image of peptic ulcer in human stomach.
Stock Photo #824-69386, HEART PROSTHESIS. HEART PROSTHESIS Antony private Hospital, France. Prosthesis ´CARDIA´. This device of type umbrella is implanted by cardiac catheterization to close the atrial septal defect (ASD). The ASD is a congenital malformation caracterized by the presence of an abnormal hole in the wall separating the 2 atria of the heart.
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HEART PROSTHESIS. HEART PROSTHESIS Antony private Hospital, France. Prosthesis ´CARDIA´. This device of type umbrella is impl...
HEART PROSTHESIS. HEART PROSTHESIS Antony private Hospital, France. Prosthesis ´CARDIA´. This device of type umbrella is implanted by cardiac catheterization to close the atrial septal defect (ASD). The ASD is a congenital malformation caracterized by the presence of an abnormal hole in the wall separating the 2 atria of the heart.
Stock Photo #824-31066, STOMACH, DRAWING. Representation of a normal gastroesophageal sphincter, hermetic, preventing the gastroesophageal reflux.
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STOMACH, DRAWING. Representation of a normal gastroesophageal sphincter, hermetic, preventing the gastroesophageal reflux.
Stock Photo #824-49181, GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX. Representation of the gastroesophageal reflux. On the left of the illustration, localisation of the stomach and its relations with the adjacant organs. On the right of the illustration, zoom on the stomach and the gastroesophagal sphincter at the level of where occurs the reflux gastric reflux from the stomach towards the esophagus. In comparison, in background, zoom on the stomach and a hermetic sphincter preventing the reflux.
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GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX. Representation of the gastroesophageal reflux. On the left of the illustration, localisation of the ...
GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX. Representation of the gastroesophageal reflux. On the left of the illustration, localisation of the stomach and its relations with the adjacant organs. On the right of the illustration, zoom on the stomach and the gastroesophagal sphincter at the level of where occurs the reflux gastric reflux from the stomach towards the esophagus. In comparison, in background, zoom on the stomach and a hermetic sphincter preventing the reflux.
Stock Photo #824-26553, STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING The stomach is a hollow organ lying in the upper left part of the abdomen, in the epigastric region. The cardia is the point of junction between the esophagus and the stomach. The pyloris is the part of the stomach that joins the duodenum.
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STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING The stomach is a hollow organ lying in the upper left part of the abdomen, in the epigastr...
STOMACH, DRAWING. STOMACH, DRAWING The stomach is a hollow organ lying in the upper left part of the abdomen, in the epigastric region. The cardia is the point of junction between the esophagus and the stomach. The pyloris is the part of the stomach that joins the duodenum.

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