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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 #4239R-9440, Conceptual image of human digestive system in female body.
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Conceptual image of human digestive system in female body.
Stock Photo #824-37186, HOSPITAL CONSULTATION ELDERLY P. HOSPITAL CONSULTATION ELDERLY P. Models.
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HOSPITAL CONSULTATION ELDERLY P. HOSPITAL CONSULTATION ELDERLY P. Models.
Stock Photo #4378-4319, Human Stomach
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Human Stomach
Stock Photo #4378-4194, Human Stomach
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Stock Photo #4378-516, X-ray styled view of the abdomen. The stomach, gallbladder are highligted.
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X-ray styled view of the abdomen. The stomach, gallbladder are highligted.
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 #4239R-9443, Conceptual image of human digestive system showing gallbladder, pancrease, stomach and liver.
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Conceptual image of human digestive system showing gallbladder, pancrease, stomach and liver.
Stock Photo #824-27185, PYLORIC STENOSIS, X-RAY. PYLORIC STENOSIS, X-RAY Stricture of the lower part of the stomach, the pylorus, is called pyloric stenosis. This condition can be inherited or acquired, for example when caused by an ulcer or a tumor. Pyloric stenosis causes severe digestive disorders (pain, vomiting). An x-ray study with a contrast agent is used to confirm the diagnosis and visualize the hypertrophy of the sphincter. Hypertrophy of the muscular sphincter requires surgical treatment. In case of steno
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PYLORIC STENOSIS, X-RAY. PYLORIC STENOSIS, X-RAY Stricture of the lower part of the stomach, the pylorus, is called pyloric s...
PYLORIC STENOSIS, X-RAY. PYLORIC STENOSIS, X-RAY Stricture of the lower part of the stomach, the pylorus, is called pyloric stenosis. This condition can be inherited or acquired, for example when caused by an ulcer or a tumor. Pyloric stenosis causes severe digestive disorders (pain, vomiting). An x-ray study with a contrast agent is used to confirm the diagnosis and visualize the hypertrophy of the sphincter. Hypertrophy of the muscular sphincter requires surgical treatment. In case of steno
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 #824-23743, SCREENING HELICOBACTER PYLORI. Heli_kit is a respiratory test that enables to screen the presence of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori in the patient. Helicobacter pylori infects the gastric mucosa and can cause peptic ulcers, gastrides and cancers of the stomach. The principle of the test relies on the fact that Helicobacter pylori has the property to transform the uree into ammoniac and carbon dioxide. The kit Heli_kit contains a flask of marked urea C13*, a small bag of citric acid, 4 tubes f
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SCREENING HELICOBACTER PYLORI. Heli_kit is a respiratory test that enables to screen the presence of the bacterium Helicobact...
SCREENING HELICOBACTER PYLORI. Heli_kit is a respiratory test that enables to screen the presence of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori in the patient. Helicobacter pylori infects the gastric mucosa and can cause peptic ulcers, gastrides and cancers of the stomach. The principle of the test relies on the fact that Helicobacter pylori has the property to transform the uree into ammoniac and carbon dioxide. The kit Heli_kit contains a flask of marked urea C13*, a small bag of citric acid, 4 tubes f
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 #1848-669146, Helicobacter pylori, a harmful stomach bacteria, illustration
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Stock Photo #1832R-10589, Gastric pit
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Gastric pit
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 #4128R-1877, Helicobacter pylori bacterium, TEM
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Helicobacter pylori bacterium, TEM
Stock Photo #4239R-8628, Cross section of human stomach.
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Cross section of human stomach.
Stock Photo #4378-197, Three-quarter close up of the liver which is faded to show the position of the stomach relative to the spleen, gallbladder and intestines.
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Three-quarter close up of the liver which is faded to show the position of the stomach relative to the spleen, gallbladder an...
Three-quarter close up of the liver which is faded to show the position of the stomach relative to the spleen, gallbladder and intestines.
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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Conceptual image of human digestive system showing gallbladder, pancrease, stomach and liver.
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 #824-86015, SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY. SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY The small intesine is a segment of the digestive tract measuring about 7 meters long from the gastric pylorus to the large intestine. The small intestine is divided into three structural parts, the duodenum, the jejunum and the ileum, which form 15 intestinal loops. These loops float freely in the abdominal cavity. The inner surface of the small intestine is covered with villi where food is absorbed. Here is a normal x-ray of the small intestine
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SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY. SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY The small intesine is a segment of the digestive tract measuring about 7 meter...
SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY. SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY The small intesine is a segment of the digestive tract measuring about 7 meters long from the gastric pylorus to the large intestine. The small intestine is divided into three structural parts, the duodenum, the jejunum and the ileum, which form 15 intestinal loops. These loops float freely in the abdominal cavity. The inner surface of the small intestine is covered with villi where food is absorbed. Here is a normal x-ray of the small intestine
Stock Photo #824-38705, SCREENING HELICOBACTER PYLORI. Heli_kit is a respiratory test that enables to screen the presence of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori in the patient. Helicobacter pylori infects the gastric mucosa and can cause peptic ulcers, gastrides and cancers of the stomach. The principle of the test relies on the fact that Helicobacter pylori has the property to transform the uree into ammoniac and carbon dioxide. The kit Heli_kit contains a flask of marked urea C13*, a small bag of citric acid, 4 tubes f
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SCREENING HELICOBACTER PYLORI. Heli_kit is a respiratory test that enables to screen the presence of the bacterium Helicobact...
SCREENING HELICOBACTER PYLORI. Heli_kit is a respiratory test that enables to screen the presence of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori in the patient. Helicobacter pylori infects the gastric mucosa and can cause peptic ulcers, gastrides and cancers of the stomach. The principle of the test relies on the fact that Helicobacter pylori has the property to transform the uree into ammoniac and carbon dioxide. The kit Heli_kit contains a flask of marked urea C13*, a small bag of citric acid, 4 tubes f
Stock Photo #824-38933, HELICOBACTER PYLORI
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HELICOBACTER PYLORI
Stock Photo #4239R-8124, Anatomy of liver, antero-visceral view.
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Anatomy of liver, antero-visceral view.
Stock Photo #1439R-1081392, Pylorus mucosa
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Pylorus mucosa
Stock Photo #824-32220, SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING. SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING In man, the small bowel, which begins with the duodenum at the pyloric opening of the stomach and terminates into the large bowel, is approxima-tely 7 meters long. The longest part of the small intestine is freely folded within the abdominal cavity and only attached to the posterior abdominal wall by a membranous extension of the peritoneum called the mesentery.
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SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING. SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING In man, the small bowel, which begins with the duodenum at the pyloric ope...
SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING. SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING In man, the small bowel, which begins with the duodenum at the pyloric opening of the stomach and terminates into the large bowel, is approxima-tely 7 meters long. The longest part of the small intestine is freely folded within the abdominal cavity and only attached to the posterior abdominal wall by a membranous extension of the peritoneum called the mesentery.
Stock Photo #824-99385, PYLORUS, ENDOSCOPY RESULT
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PYLORUS, ENDOSCOPY RESULT
Stock Photo #824-84270, HELICOBACTER PYLORI. HELICOBACTER PYLORI Magnification: 11500x.
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HELICOBACTER PYLORI. HELICOBACTER PYLORI Magnification: 11500x.
Stock Photo #824-108089, SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY. SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY The small intesine is a segment of the digestive tract measuring about 7 meters long from the gastric pylorus to the large intestine. The small intestine is divided into three structural parts, the duodenum, the jejunum and the ileum, which form 15 intestinal loops. These loops float freely in the abdominal cavity. The inner surface of the small intestine is covered with villi where food is absorbed. Here is a normal x-ray of the small intestine
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SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY. SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY The small intesine is a segment of the digestive tract measuring about 7 meter...
SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY. SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY The small intesine is a segment of the digestive tract measuring about 7 meters long from the gastric pylorus to the large intestine. The small intestine is divided into three structural parts, the duodenum, the jejunum and the ileum, which form 15 intestinal loops. These loops float freely in the abdominal cavity. The inner surface of the small intestine is covered with villi where food is absorbed. Here is a normal x-ray of the small intestine
Stock Photo #824-24960, DIGESTIVE SYSTEM, ILLUSTRATION. DIGESTIVE SYSTEM ILLUSTRATION Upper digestive tracts.
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DIGESTIVE SYSTEM, ILLUSTRATION. DIGESTIVE SYSTEM ILLUSTRATION Upper digestive tracts.
Stock Photo #4128R-6356, Helicobacter pylori bacterium, TEM
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Helicobacter pylori bacterium, TEM
Stock Photo #4378-4257, Duodenum
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Duodenum
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 #4378-4237, Stomach and Duodenum
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Stomach and Duodenum
Stock Photo #824-40065, SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING. SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING In man, the small bowel, which begins with the duodenum at the pyloric opening of the stomach and terminates into the large bowel, is approxima-tely 7 meters long. The longest part of the small intestine is freely folded within the abdominal cavity and only attached to the posterior abdominal wall by a membranous extension of the peritoneum called the mesentery.
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SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING. SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING In man, the small bowel, which begins with the duodenum at the pyloric ope...
SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING. SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING In man, the small bowel, which begins with the duodenum at the pyloric opening of the stomach and terminates into the large bowel, is approxima-tely 7 meters long. The longest part of the small intestine is freely folded within the abdominal cavity and only attached to the posterior abdominal wall by a membranous extension of the peritoneum called the mesentery.
Stock Photo #824-77433, SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING. SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING The small intestine is the segment of the digestive tract extending from the pylorus of the stomach to the cecal junction with the large intestine. On the average, the small intestine measures about 7 meters in length. The first part, the duodenum measures 25 cm and is solidly attached to the surrounding organs. The second part, the ileojejunum, is a loosely attached mobile tube forming 15 or 16 intestinal loops.
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SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING. SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING The small intestine is the segment of the digestive tract extending from t...
SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING. SMALL INTESTINE, DRAWING The small intestine is the segment of the digestive tract extending from the pylorus of the stomach to the cecal junction with the large intestine. On the average, the small intestine measures about 7 meters in length. The first part, the duodenum measures 25 cm and is solidly attached to the surrounding organs. The second part, the ileojejunum, is a loosely attached mobile tube forming 15 or 16 intestinal loops.
Stock Photo #824-30390, SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY. SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY The small intesine is a segment of the digestive tract measuring about 7 meters long from the gastric pylorus to the large intestine. The small intestine has two parts, the duodenum and the jejunoileum which form 15 intestinal loops. These loops float freely in the abdominal cavity. The inner surface of the small intestine is covered with villosities where food is absorbed. Here is a normal x-ray of the small intestine made visible by ingestion o
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SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY. SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY The small intesine is a segment of the digestive tract measuring about 7 meter...
SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY. SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY The small intesine is a segment of the digestive tract measuring about 7 meters long from the gastric pylorus to the large intestine. The small intestine has two parts, the duodenum and the jejunoileum which form 15 intestinal loops. These loops float freely in the abdominal cavity. The inner surface of the small intestine is covered with villosities where food is absorbed. Here is a normal x-ray of the small intestine made visible by ingestion o
Stock Photo #1574R-018803, Stomach
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Stock Photo #4378-366, X-ray styled view of the abdomen. The stomach, gallbladder are highligted.
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X-ray styled view of the abdomen. The stomach, gallbladder are highligted.
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 #4378-4315, Human Stomach
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Human Stomach
Stock Photo #824-111106, SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY. SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY The small intesine is a segment of the digestive tract measuring about 7 meters long from the gastric pylorus to the large intestine. The small intestine is divided into three structural parts, the duodenum, the jejunum and the ileum, which form 15 intestinal loops. These loops float freely in the abdominal cavity. The inner surface of the small intestine is covered with villi where food is absorbed. Here is a normal x-ray of the small intestine
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SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY. SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY The small intesine is a segment of the digestive tract measuring about 7 meter...
SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY. SMALL INTESTINE, X-RAY The small intesine is a segment of the digestive tract measuring about 7 meters long from the gastric pylorus to the large intestine. The small intestine is divided into three structural parts, the duodenum, the jejunum and the ileum, which form 15 intestinal loops. These loops float freely in the abdominal cavity. The inner surface of the small intestine is covered with villi where food is absorbed. Here is a normal x-ray of the small intestine
Stock Photo #1832R-9362, Gastric pit
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Stock Photo #1848-677594, Helicobacter pylori, a harmful stomach bacteria, illustration
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Helicobacter pylori, a harmful stomach bacteria, illustration
Stock Photo #4378-4180, Human Stomach
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Human Stomach
Stock Photo #1832R-9247, Gastric pit
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Stock Photo #4378-935, Stomach highlighted within a male figure (front view).
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Stomach highlighted within a male figure (front view).
Stock Photo #1832R-10506, Gastric pit
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Stock Photo #4239R-8119, Anatomy of the human stomach.
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Anatomy of the human stomach.
Stock Photo #824-103296, ANATOMY, TRUNK. Model of the intern anatomy of the trunk of an asexual adult human body, face on. The thoracic organs lungs and heart are visible in the upper part of the picture. Their blood vascularization arteries in red and veins in royal blue and the bronchial
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ANATOMY, TRUNK. Model of the intern anatomy of the trunk of an asexual adult human body, face on. The thoracic organs lungs a...
ANATOMY, TRUNK. Model of the intern anatomy of the trunk of an asexual adult human body, face on. The thoracic organs lungs and heart are visible in the upper part of the picture. Their blood vascularization arteries in red and veins in royal blue and the bronchial
Stock Photo #1832R-10622, Gastric pit
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Stock Photo #824-40098, SCREENING HELICOBACTER PYLORI. Heli_kit is a respiratory test that enables to screen the presence of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori in the patient. Helicobacter pylori infects the gastric mucosa and can cause peptic ulcers, gastrides and cancers of the stomach. The principle of the test relies on the fact that Helicobacter pylori has the property to transform the uree into ammoniac and carbon dioxide. The kit Heli_kit contains a flask of marked urea C13*, a small bag of citric acid, 4 tubes f
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SCREENING HELICOBACTER PYLORI. Heli_kit is a respiratory test that enables to screen the presence of the bacterium Helicobact...
SCREENING HELICOBACTER PYLORI. Heli_kit is a respiratory test that enables to screen the presence of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori in the patient. Helicobacter pylori infects the gastric mucosa and can cause peptic ulcers, gastrides and cancers of the stomach. The principle of the test relies on the fact that Helicobacter pylori has the property to transform the uree into ammoniac and carbon dioxide. The kit Heli_kit contains a flask of marked urea C13*, a small bag of citric acid, 4 tubes f
Stock Photo #824-82857, HELICOBACTER PYLORI
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Stock Photo #1832R-8931, Gastric pit
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Gastric pit
Stock Photo #4378-141, X-ray styled view of the abdomen. The stomach, gallbladder, bladder and prostate gland are highligted.
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X-ray styled view of the abdomen. The stomach, gallbladder, bladder and prostate gland are highligted.
Stock Photo #4239R-9429, Gall bladder with stomach.
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Gall bladder with stomach.
Stock Photo #1574R-018932, X-ray of a stomach
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X-ray of a stomach
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 #824-64324, 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 #4239R-9371, Conceptual image of peptic ulcer in human stomach.
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Conceptual image of peptic ulcer in human stomach.
Stock Photo #1848-681386, Helicobacter pylori, a harmful stomach bacteria in a test tube, illustration
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Helicobacter pylori, a harmful stomach bacteria in a test tube, illustration
Stock Photo #4378-4207, Duodenum
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Stock Photo #824-16944, SCREENING HELICOBACTER PYLORI. Heli_kit is a respiratory test that enables to screen the presence of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori in the patient. Helicobacter pylori infects the gastric mucosa and can cause peptic ulcers, gastrides and cancers of the stomach. The principle of the test relies on the fact that Helicobacter pylori has the property to transform the uree into ammoniac and carbon dioxide. The kit Heli_kit contains a flask of marked urea C13*, a small bag of citric acid, 4 tubes f
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SCREENING HELICOBACTER PYLORI. Heli_kit is a respiratory test that enables to screen the presence of the bacterium Helicobact...
SCREENING HELICOBACTER PYLORI. Heli_kit is a respiratory test that enables to screen the presence of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori in the patient. Helicobacter pylori infects the gastric mucosa and can cause peptic ulcers, gastrides and cancers of the stomach. The principle of the test relies on the fact that Helicobacter pylori has the property to transform the uree into ammoniac and carbon dioxide. The kit Heli_kit contains a flask of marked urea C13*, a small bag of citric acid, 4 tubes f
Stock Photo #1832R-9749, Gastric pit
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Stock Photo #824-105038, DUODENAL X-RAY. DUODENAL X-RAY The duodenum is the initial segment of the small intestine, extending from the pylorus to the jejunum. Measuring approximately 25 centimeters, it is composed of 4 parts. The first part is called the duodenal bulb. The second part receives secretions from the gall bladder and pancreas. The third and fiurth parts are horizontal and ascending. The duodenum plays an essential role in digestion since it absorbs calcium, vitamins, iron, and lipids.
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DUODENAL X-RAY. DUODENAL X-RAY The duodenum is the initial segment of the small intestine, extending from the pylorus to the ...
DUODENAL X-RAY. DUODENAL X-RAY The duodenum is the initial segment of the small intestine, extending from the pylorus to the jejunum. Measuring approximately 25 centimeters, it is composed of 4 parts. The first part is called the duodenal bulb. The second part receives secretions from the gall bladder and pancreas. The third and fiurth parts are horizontal and ascending. The duodenum plays an essential role in digestion since it absorbs calcium, vitamins, iron, and lipids.
Stock Photo #4378-4232, Stomach and Duodenum
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Stomach and Duodenum
Stock Photo #4378-583, Close-up of the liver which is faded to show the position of the gallbladder relative to the stomach and intestines.
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Close-up of the liver which is faded to show the position of the gallbladder relative to the stomach and intestines.
Stock Photo #4239R-8123, Anatomy of liver, antero-visceral view.
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Anatomy of liver, antero-visceral view.

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