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Illustrated Clinical Anatomy
Figure 19.29 Parotid sialogram: 1, syringe inside mouth; 2, cannula within parotid duct just above 2nd upper molar tooth; 3, contrast within glandular ducts ...
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Illustrated Clinical Anatomy
Figure 19.30 (a) Diagram of parotid gland – superficial view. Figure 19.30 (b) Detailed dissection of parotid gland showing its duct (arrow) and the ...
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Illustrated Clinical Anatomy
Figure 16.17 Surface anatomy of the dorsum of foot showing tendon attachments: 1, peroneus (fibularis) tertius; 2, the four tendons of extensor digitorum ...
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Figure 5.5 (a) Inguinal canal: surface anatomy: 1 anterior superior iliac spine; 2 inguinal ligament; 3 iliopsoas muscle; 4 femoral nerve; 5 femoral artery ...
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Figure 5.1 Surface anatomy of the abdominal wall, showing abdominal planes and regions: ... Figure 5.3 (b) Surface anatomy of anterior abdominal wall: outer ...
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Figure 5.5 (d) Inguinal canal: diagram of horizontal section through the inguinal ... Figure 5.7 Right indirect inguinal hernia extending into the scrotum ...
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Figure 5.5 (a) Inguinal canal: surface anatomy: 1 anterior superior iliac spine; 2 inguinal ligament; 3 iliopsoas muscle; 4 femoral nerve; 5 femoral artery ...
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Illustrated Clinical Anatomy
Figure 5.5 (a) Inguinal canal: surface anatomy: 1 anterior superior iliac spine; 2 inguinal ligament; 3 iliopsoas muscle; 4 femoral nerve; 5 femoral artery ...
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Illustrated Clinical Anatomy
Figure 5.1 Surface anatomy of the abdominal wall, showing abdominal planes and regions: ... Figure 5.3 (b) Surface anatomy of anterior abdominal wall: outer ...
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Illustrated Clinical Anatomy, Hodder Arnold ... Figure 16.25 (b) Arteriogram of lower leg arteries: 1, distal popliteal artery; 2, anterior tibial artery; ...
 
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