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Thyroid Nodule Biopsy (1)

Thyroid Nodule Biopsy (1)

Hand Bones Anatomy

Hand Bones Anatomy

Artery Anatomy Arm - Health, Medicine and Anatomy Reference Pictures

Artery Anatomy Arm - Health, Medicine and Anatomy Reference Pictures

Hypothyrodism and Hyperthyroidism - at a glance

Hypothyrodism and Hyperthyroidism - at a glance

Everything there is to know about thyroid cancer This relatively common cancer affects three times as many women as men. Thyroid cancer is a type of cancer — an abnormal, out-of-control growth of cells — that affects the thyroid gland. The thyroi…

Everything there is to know about thyroid cancer This relatively common cancer affects three times as many women as men. Thyroid cancer is a type of cancer — an abnormal, out-of-control growth of cells — that affects the thyroid gland. The thyroi…

What is DVT? Find out how you can prevent deep vein  thrombosis. #infographic March is DVT Awareness Month!!

What is DVT? Find out how you can prevent deep vein thrombosis. #infographic March is DVT Awareness Month!!

Know Your Stomach Pain Location - QD Nurses #nurse #skills #hacks

Know Your Stomach Pain Location - QD Nurses #nurse #skills #hacks

MyThyroid.com: Thyroid Nodules

MyThyroid.com: Thyroid Nodules

For the visual learners: Photograph shows a caput medusae accentuated by a large amount of ascites in a patient being prepared for liver transplantation. An extensive plexus of veins is seen emanating from the umbilical region and radiating across the anterior abdominal wall. Note the large vein coursing inferiorly along the right flank (arrows). This is the superficial epigastric vein, which drains into the external iliac vein.

For the visual learners: Photograph shows a caput medusae accentuated by a large amount of ascites in a patient being prepared for liver transplantation. An extensive plexus of veins is seen emanating from the umbilical region and radiating across the anterior abdominal wall. Note the large vein coursing inferiorly along the right flank (arrows). This is the superficial epigastric vein, which drains into the external iliac vein.