Gerardo Ramirez Quintero

Gerardo Ramirez Quintero

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Kitchen Utensils Vocabulary in English | Things in the Kitchen

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Pensez au volontariat

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Francés

Francés

ULTRASONIDO TIROIDEO:  TECNICA, MEDIDAS     NORMALES YHALLAZGOS EN LESIONES      MALIGNAS        Dr. Dario Maida    R4 de…

ULTRASONIDO TIROIDEO: TECNICA, MEDIDAS NORMALES YHALLAZGOS EN LESIONES MALIGNAS Dr. Dario Maida R4 de…

Ecografia de tiroides by Sussy Leon Rodriguez via slideshare

Ecografia de tiroides by Sussy Leon Rodriguez via slideshare

TARSAL TUNNEL SYNDROME. La Unidad Especializada en Ortopedia y Traumatologia www.unidadortopedia.com PBX: +571-6923370, Móvil: +57-3175905407, Bogotá, Colombia.

The tarsal tunnel is located behind the bump on the inside of your ankle. A layer of connective tissue which overlies the bones creates a ‘tunnel’ in which vessels, nerves and tendon enter into the foot. There is little empty space in this area so the ner

Liver ultrasound

Tarek Mansour Faculty of medicineFaculty of medicine Al-Azhar universityAl-Azhar university

liver portal vein antegrade ultrasound - Buscar con Google

liver portal vein antegrade ultrasound - Buscar con Google

The abdominal longitudina ultrasound examination Scan 5, reveal large, relatively hypoechoic solid masses surrounding a central linear area of increased echogenicity, the "sandwich sign." The masses are in the region of the head of the pancreas, extending caudally around the superior mesenteric artery and vein. The aorta and inferior vena cava are not displaced from their normal positions.

The abdominal longitudina ultrasound examination Scan 5, reveal large, relatively hypoechoic solid masses surrounding a central linear area of increased echogenicity, the "sandwich sign." The masses are in the region of the head of the pancreas, extending caudally around the superior mesenteric artery and vein. The aorta and inferior vena cava are not displaced from their normal positions.