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Mecanismo del tromboembolismo pulmonar

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Este grupo de ilustraciones médicas muestra el mecanismo de acción de un tromboembolismo pulmonar. La primera ilustración orienta al observador sobre el sistema cardiovascular en la figura, indicando el inicio de un émbolo en la extremidad inferior (pierna) y su recorrido a través de las venas hasta el corazón. En la segunda imagen, el émbolo se encuentra en la arteria pulmonar dentro del pulmón, luego de haber salido del corazón. En la tercera imagen, el émbolo está alojado en la arteria pulmonar, bloqueando el flujo sanguíneo y el intercambio de oxígeno/dióxido de carbono dentro de los pulmones.

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