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ABCD's of melanoma

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Abrasion (Venes)

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Abruptio placentae (Holloway)

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Antecubital abscess (Venes)

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Visual accommodation (Scanlon)

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Acetabulum of right hip bone (female) (Scanlon)

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Nucleic acid DNA and RNA (Scanlon)

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Clump of uric acid crystals (×400) (Strasinger)

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Cystic acne (Barankin)

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Acne papulosa

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Acrochordon (Venes)

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Acromioclavicular traction test (Starkey)

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Nasopharyngeal airway (Wilkinson)

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Oropharyngeal airway (Wilkinson)

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Allen test (Starkey)

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Alopecia areata of scalp (Barankin)

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Alopecia capitis totalis (Barankin)

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Alveolus of lungs (Gylys)

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Amniocentesis (Gylys)

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Anatomic snuffbox (Venes)

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Aplastic anemia (×200) (Harmening)

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Epidural anesthesia (Wilkinson)

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Injection of spinal anesthesia (Williams)

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Aortic aneurysms (Gylys)

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Angina pectoris

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Coronary angiography (Venes)

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Intravenous fluorescein angiogram (Chung)

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Arterial balloon angioplasty (Gylys)

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Anthrax (CDC)

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Antibody (Scanlon)

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Anticoagulation (Venes)

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Main parts of aorta (Lippert)

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Major branches of aorta and vena cavae (Lippert)

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Reflex arc for patellar tendon reflex (Hurst)

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Arcus senilis (Venes)

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Muscles of the arm

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Systemic arteries

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Aortic arteries (Thompson)

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Structure of an artery (Thompson)

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Brachial artery

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Coronary arteries

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Rheumatoid arthritis (Gylys)

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Arthrocentesis

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Arthroscopy of knee

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Abdominal girth caused by massive ascites (Venes)

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Astrocytes (Scanlon)

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Autonomic nervous system

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Avulsed fingertip (Venes)

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Bacteria shapes and structures (Eagle)

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Balantidium coli cyst (×400) (Leventhal)

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Male pattern baldness (Barankin)

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Applying bandages (Wilkinson)

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Baroreceptor (Thompson)

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Basal temperature chart

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Bell palsy (Venes)

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Biceps brachii (Lippert)

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Fine needle breast biopsy (Williams)

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Blanch test (Venes)

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Test for color blindness (Eagle)

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Blood blister (Venes)

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Blood composition (Gylys)

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Types of blood cells (Harmening)

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ABO blood types (Eagle)

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Blood pressure (Wilkinson)

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Transfer board (Wilkinson)

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Boil (Venes)

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Parts of a long bone (Hurst)

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Hyoid bone

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Brachialis (Lippert)

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Major arteries of the brain (Scanlon)

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Brain structures (Gylys)

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Brainstem

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Breast (Gylys)

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Breast cancer

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Breast self-examination (Holloway)

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Bridging (Kisner)

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Broncheal tree (Thompson)

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Buffy coat (Eagle)

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Bullae of impetigo (Barankin)

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Second degree burn (Venes)

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Burns (Gylys)

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Blistered partial thickness thermal burn (Williams)

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Prepatellar bursitis (Venes)

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Coronary artery bypass (Williams)

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Classic dihydrate calcium oxalate crystals (×400) (Strasinger)

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Callus (Venes)

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Anal canal

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Cancer (Strasinger)

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Lung cancer (Kintz)

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Candidiasis (Barankin)

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Needleless cannulae (Wilkinson)

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Lymphatic capillary (Gylys)

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Caput medusae (Venes)

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Basal cell carcinoma (Barankin)

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Squamous cell carcinoma (Venes)

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Cardiomyopathies (Williams)

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Cardioversion (Venes)

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Carina of the trachea (Owens)

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Decorated cast (Venes)

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Cataract (Chung)

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Types of catheters (Wilkinson)

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Central venous catheter (Wilkinson)

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Suprapubic catheter (Venes)

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Catheterization of urinary bladder (Wilkinson)

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Cavities of the body (Gylys)

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Nasal cavity

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Thoracic cavity (Chambers)

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Common components and organelles of human cells (Hurst)

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Helmet cells (Harmening)

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Mast cell (Harmening)

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Cellulitis (Venes)

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Micturition center (Thompson)

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Cerebrum (Gylys)

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Typical chancre of primary syphilis (Barankin)

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Chancroid (CDC)

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Chloasma gravidarum (Ward)

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Chloracne (Venes)

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Laparoscopic cholecystectomy scars (Venes)

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Circulation of blood through heart and major vessels (Eagle)

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Fetal circulation (Gylys)

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Pulmonary circulation (Eagle)

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Systemic circulation (Thompson)

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Ascites caused by cirrhosis (Venes)

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Cladosporium (CDC)

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Fingernail clubbing (Eagle)

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Structures of the cochlea (Hurst)

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Philadelphia collar (Venes)

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Colon and rectum

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Colon (Venes)

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Colostomy sites

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Vertebral column (Wilkinson)

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Comedones (Barankin)

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Condom use and HIV risk (CDC)

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Female condom (Hawkins)

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Conduction system of the heart (Gylys)

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Contracture of the right hand (Venes)

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Umbilical cord

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Normal and diseased coronary arteries

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Renal corpuscle (Thompson)

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Organ of corti (Scanlon)

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Cotton test (Starkey)

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Craniometric points

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Craniotomy (Venes)

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Simian crease (Ward)

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Crown-rump (Venes)

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Cryogenic applications equipment (Venes)

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Cryotherapy (Venes)

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Phases of the menstrual cycle (Eagle)

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Follicular cyst (Venes)

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Dehydration resulting from sweating (Thompson)

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Dendrites

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Dentition

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Actinic dermatitis (Venes)

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Atopic dermatitis (Barankin)

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Contact dermatitis (Barankin)

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Stasis dermatitis (Barankin)

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Dermatofibroma (Barankin)

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Dermatome

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Dermatomyositis (Barankin)

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Dermographism (Barankin)

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Desquamation of the skin (Venes)

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Abduction device (Williams)

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Well-controlled diabetes mellitus (Venes)

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Diapedesis (Thompson)

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Contraceptive diaphragm

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Movement of rib cage and diaphragm during respiration (Gylys)

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Diffusion of respiratory gases

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The digestive system (Gylys)

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Diphyllobothrium latum

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Intercalated disk (Scanlon)

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Diverticulosis, seen endoscopically (Venes)

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Diverticula of the colon (Gylys)

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Uniform donor card

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Postural drainage of lungs (White)

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Drop arm test (Starkey)

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Bile ducts

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Drainage areas for lymphatic ducts (Thompson)

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Dupuytren contracture (Kozol)

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Structure of the ear (Gylys)

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Structure of the inner ear (Scanlon)

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Traumatic ecchymosis (Venes)

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Echinococcus granulosus cysts (Leventhal)

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Transesophageal echocardiography

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Nummular eczema (Barankin)

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Edema (Venes)

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Pitting edema (Venes)

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Elbow joint (Thompson)

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Table of elements in the body (Thompson)

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Pulmonary embolism (Williams)

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Stages of development of human embryo including mature fetus (Eagle)

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Embryoscopy

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Emmetropia, myopia, hyperopia (Scanlon)

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Osler nodes as seen in ineffective endocarditis (Williams)

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Endocrine (hormonal) communication (Thompson)

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Sites of occurrence of endometriosis (Eagle)

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Cuffed endotracheal tube

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Ependyma (Scanlon)

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Epididymis

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Epiglottis (Scanlon)

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Glandular epithelium (×430) (Thompson)

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Drug eruption (Venes)

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Erysipelas (Barankin)

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Erythema annulare (Venes)

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Erythema multiforme (Barankin)

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Erythrocytes (Harmening)

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Erythroderma (Barankin)

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Eschar (Venes)

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Esophagus

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Foreign body in esophagus (Venes)

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Pelvic exam with speculum (Williams)

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Wide and deep excision of skin and subcutaneous tissues (Venes)

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Isometric exercise (Kisner)

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Range-of-motion exercises

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External fixation of fractures of the tibia and fibula

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Extraocular eye muscles (Dillon)

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Extravasation (Venes)

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Anatomy of the eye (Gylys)

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Muscles of face and scalp

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Fasciola hepatica egg (Leventhal)

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Fasciolopsis buski egg (Leventhal)

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Right femur (Gylys)

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Fertilization (Hurst)

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Fibromyalgia (Eagle)

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Visual field

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Fingerprint

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Flatfoot (Venes)

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Flow of cerebrospinal fluid through the brain and spinal column (Strassinger)

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Fontanels of infant skull (Ward)

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Bones of foot and ankle (Thompson)

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Athlete's foot (Venes)

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High Fowler position (Williams)

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Foxglove (Venes)

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Types of fractures (Gylys)

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Traction applied to a fracture of the lower extremity (Wilkinson)

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Fracture of the humerus (Strauss)

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Fundus of the uterus (Chapman)

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Fungi (Scanlon)

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Gallstones (Eickhoff)

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Ganglion cyst (Venes)

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Gangrene (Venes)

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Gastrostomy button (Venes)

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Autosomal dominant inheritance (Thompson)

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Autosomal recessive inheritance (Thompson)

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Female genital organs (Gylys)

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Male genital organs (Gylys)

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Genu recurvatum (Starkey)

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Adrenal glands

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Endocrine system (Scanlon)

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Pituitary gland (Gylys)

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Salivary glands (Thompson)

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Eccrine and apocrine sweat glands

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Thyroid gland (Prajer)

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Glaucoma (Gylys)

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Filtration in glomerulus (Thompson)

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Goiter

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Goniometer (Eagle)

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Gout (Strasinger)

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Acute gout (Venes)

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Gram stain (Sacher)

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Granuloma annulare (Venes)

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Growth chart girls (CDC)

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Growth chart boys (CDC)

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Guidewire (Chambers)

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Gynecomastia (Venes)

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Cerebral gyri

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Hair and adjacent structures of cross-section of skin (Gylys)

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Bones of hand (Hurst)

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Haustration, seen endoscopically (Venes)

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Hawkins test (Starkey)

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Muscles of the face and neck

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Arteries and veins of the head

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Wound healing

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How hearing occurs (Thompson)

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Structures of the heart (Gylys)

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Heart-lung machine

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Heimlich maneuver

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Representative helminths (Scanlon)

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Hemangioma beneath the right eye (Venes)

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Hemochromatosis (Harmening)

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Hemocytoblast (stem cell) and blood cells (Scanlon)

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Hemoglobin A molecule (Harmening)

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Hemorrhoid

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Henoch-Schönlein purpura (Venes)

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Common locations of hernias (Gylys)

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Abdominal wall hernia (Venes)

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Reducible hernia (Venes)

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Herniated disk (Gylys)

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Genital herpes (Eagle)

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Herpes labialis (Venes)

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Herpes zoster (Barankin)

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Hesselbach triangle (Chambers)

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Old world hookworm (Leventhal)

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Humerus (Hurst)

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Hormones affecting hunger (Thompson)

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Hydatid cyst (Leventhal)

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Hydronephrosis (Gylys)

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Hysterectomy (Gylys)

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Magnetic resonance imaging (Hopkins)

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Cell-mediated immunity (Scanlon)

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Humoral immunity (Scanlon)

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Impetigo (Barankin)

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Dental implant

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Body mass index (Shape Up America)

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Myocardial infarction (Williams)

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Ulcer due to diabetic foot infection (Venes)

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Intravenous infusion technique

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Metered-dose inhaler (Wilkinson)

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Subcutaneous injection (Thompson)

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Z-track injection (Eagle)

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Injection drug use (Venes)

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Insulin and glucagon functions (Scanlon)

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International symbol of access

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Intertrigo occurring in armpit (Venes)

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Small intestine (Thompson)

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Intrauterine contraceptive devices (Hawkins)

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Orotracheal intubation (Venes)

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Jaundice (Venes)

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Jaw

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Types of joints (Hurst)

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Myoneural junction (Scanlon)

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Squamocolumnar junction (Venes)

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Kaposi sarcoma (CDC)

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Keloid (Venes)

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Keratoacanthoma (Barankin)

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Actinic keratosis (Venes)

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Seborrheic keratoses on back (Venes)

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Stucco keratosis (Venes)

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Kidney (Gylys)

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Nephron with its associated blood vessels (Gylys)

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Knee (Thompson)

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Knee injuries (Thompson)

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Kyphosis (Venes)

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Sequence of labor and childbirth

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Laceration of the thumb (Venes)

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Lachman test (Starkey)

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Lacrimal apparatus (Hurst)

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Laminectomy (Eagle)

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Slit lamp examination (Gylys)

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Langer lines

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Laparoscope

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Larynx (Thompson)

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Muscles of the leg

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Bones of the leg and foot

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Lentigo maligna (CDC)

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Leopold maneuvers (Chapman)

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Acute lymphocytic leukemia (Harmening)

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Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (Harmening)

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Hairy cell leukemia (Harmening)

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Leukoplakia (Wilkinson)

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Lichen planus (Barankin)

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Lichen sclerosus et atrophicus (Barankin)

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Advanced cardiac life support (Venes)

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The limbic system of the brain

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Massive lipoma on the back (Venes)

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Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (Williams)

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Liver and gallbladder (Gylys)

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Liver lobule (Thompson)

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Louse (CDC)

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Lungs (Eagle)

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Systemic lupus erythematosus (Williams)

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Cervical lymphadenopathy (Venes)

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The lymphatic system (Gylys)

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Circulation of lymphatic fluid (Thompson)

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Lymphatics of the breast (Thompson)

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Lymphedema of the leg (Venes)

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Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (Venes)

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Non-Hodgkin lymphoma (Strasinger)

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Macrophage

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Left lateral view of mandible (Gylys)

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Medical marijuana card (Venes)

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Red bone marrow (Thompson)

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Medic alert symbol

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Adrenal medulla (Thompson)

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Megakaryocyte (Harmening)

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Meiosis (Hurst)

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Melanoma (Barankin)

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Alveolocapillary membrane (Scanlon)

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Cell membrane (Thompson)

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Interosseous membrane (Lippert)

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Meninges (Thompson)

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Meningococcemia (Venes)

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Qi merdidans (Williams)

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Metastases (Harvey)

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Microglia (Scanlon)

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Mitosis (Hurst)

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Moles (Barankin)

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Molluscum contagiosum (Barankin)

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Peak flow monitoring (Williams)

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Monocytes (Harmening)

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Morton toe (Starkey)

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Selected muscles of the body (Gylys)

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Muscle fiber (Thompson)

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Morphological forms of muscle (Strasinger)

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Fingernail (Gylys)

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Nasogastric tube (Wilkinson)

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Navicular drop test (Starkey)

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Nebulizer (Gylys)

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Necator americanus (Leventhal)

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Lateral aspect of the neck

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Necrosis (Venes)

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Nerve structure (Thompson)

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Acoustic nerve (8th cranial)

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Cranial nerves and their distributions (Gylys)

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Superficial branches of facial nerve (7th cranial)

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Glossopharyngeal nerve

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Spinal nerves (Gylys)

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Neurodermatitis (Venes)

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Neuron structure (Eagle)

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Neuropathic foot due to diabetes (Venes)

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Neutrophils (Harmening)

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Nevus flammeus (Barankin)

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Junctional nevi (Barankin)

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Melanocytic nevus (Barankin)

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Liquid nitrogen (Venes)

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Lymph node

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Subcutaneous nodules (Venes)

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Nondisjunction (Thompson)

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Ober test (Starkey)

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Coronary occlusion (Venes)

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Oligodendrocyte (Scanlon)

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Omentum (Thompson)

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Onychomycosis (Barankin)

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Oogenesis (Scanlon)

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Ophthalmoplegia (Venes)

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Opisthotonos

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Orchiectomy (Venes)

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Ankle-foot orthosis (Venes)

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Osmosis (Hurst)

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Osteoarthritis of the knee (Venes)

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Osteoporosis (Thompson)

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Ostomy appliance (Venes)

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Human ovum (Ward)

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Transtracheal oxygen therapy (Williams)

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Oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve (Scanlon)

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Pacemaker (Venes)

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Fat pad (Venes)

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Sites of referred pain (Williams)

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Pancreas (Thompson)

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Tools for Pap test (Hawkins)

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Papules on heel (Barankin)

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Paronychia (Barankin)

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Applying patch test (Barankin)

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Peau d'orange (Venes)

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Pectus excavatum (Venes)

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Pelvis (Thompson)

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Penis and other male organs (Thompson)

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Perineum (Hurst)

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Peritoneum

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Pes anserinus (Lippert)

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Petechiae (Williams)

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pH scale (Thompson)

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Phagocytosis (Thompson)

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Blood drawing from the antecubital vein (Venes)

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Gastric pit (Thompson)

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Delivery of the placenta (Chapman)

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Body planes (Hurst)

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Epiphyseal plate (Thompson)

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Pleurae (Thompson)

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Pneumocystis jiroveci (×1000) (Leventhal)

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Pneumothorax (Gylys)

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Poison oak (Venes)

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Polycythemia vera (Harmening)

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Polyps (Venes)

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Nasal polyps

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Popeye sign (Venes)

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Positions (Wilkinson)

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Sites for ectopic pregnancy (Chapman)

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Presentations of fetus (Chapman)

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Odontoid process (Thompson)

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Promyelocyte (Harmening)

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Protozoa (Scanlon)

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Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Venes)

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Psoriasis (Venes)

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Guttate psoriasis (Venes)

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Ptosis (Venes)

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Pulses (Thompson)

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Insulin pump (Williams)

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Lumbar puncture (Eagle)

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Pupil dilation and constriction (Thompson)

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Purpura (Venes)

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Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura

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Pyoderma gangrenosum of the lower leg (Venes)

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Abdominal quadrants (Wilkinson)

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Universal radiation symbol

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Causes of maternal death (WHO)

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Rectum (Venes)

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Reed-Sternberg cell (center) (Harmening)

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Abdominal regions (Scanlon)

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Transurethral resection of the prostate

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Muscles of respiration (Thompson)

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Respiratory system

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Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (Meyers)

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Retina of the right eye (Chung)

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Retina

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Rib cage (Hurst)

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Rosacea (Barankin)

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Rugae (Gylys)

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Rule of nines

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Sacrum and coccyx

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Salter-Harris fracture (Starkey)

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Sarcoidosis (Barankin)

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Sarcoptes scabiei (Barankin)

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Scabies (Barankin)

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Scale

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Scalpels (Eagle)

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Scapula (Hurst)

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Schistocyte (Harmening)

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Scoliosis (Gylys)

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Scurvy (Goldsmith)

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Seroma (Venes)

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Myelin sheath (Thompson)

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Shingles (Barankin)

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Shoulder (Thompson)

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Dialysis shunt (Venes)

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Paranasal sinus (Thompson)

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Skeleton (Gylys)

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Structure of the skin and subcutaneous tissue (Gylys)

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Bones of skull (Gylys)

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Smallpox

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Sense of smell (Thompson)

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Nasal speculum (Wilkinson)

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Vaginal speculum (Hawkins)

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Normal and abnormal sperm

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Spermatogenesis (Hurst)

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Spermatozoon (Hurst)

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Sphygmomanometer (Wilkinson)

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Spinal cord (Scanlon)

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Incentive spirometer (Williams)

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Splint (Venes)

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Contraceptive sponge (Hawkins)

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Mongolian spots (Ward)

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Staphylococcus aureus (Venes)

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Stapled incision (Williams)

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Stapling devices (Chambers)

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Renal artery stenosis (Klein)

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Stenotrophomonas infection of the leg (Venes)

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Insertion of a coronary artery stent (Williams)

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Sternotomy (Venes)

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Sternum

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Stevens-Johnson syndrome (Barankin)

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Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (Venes)

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Compression stocking (Venes)

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Regions of the stomach (Thompson)

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Muscles of the stomach wall (Thompson)

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Stomatitis (Barankin)

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Stria atrophica (Venes)

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Stump of a foot (Venes)

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Swallowing (Thompson)

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Sway-back (Levangie)

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Sycosis barbae (Venes)

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Synapse (Gylys)

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Syphilis (Barankin)

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Syringes (Wilkinson)

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Taenia saginata (Leventhal)

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Taenia solium (Leventhal)

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Skin tags (Gylys)

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Cardiac tamponade

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Temperature regulation (Wilkinson)

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Tenodesis (Lippert)

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Testis (Thompson)

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Thoracentesis

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Thoracotomy scar (Venes)

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Thymus (Hurst)

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Tinea capitis (Barankin)

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Tinea corporis (Barankin)

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Tinea cruris (Barankin)

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Tinea versicolor (Barankin)

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Positron emission tomography

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Surface of tongue (Prajer)

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Geographic tongue (Wilkinson)

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Tonometry (Gylys)

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Inflamed tonsils (CDC)

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Structure of a tooth (Thompson)

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Deciduous teeth (left side)

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Tophi (Venes)

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Total hip replacement (Gylys)

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Tracheostomy tube in place (Gylys)

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Patient with tracheostomy tube (Williams)

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Ultrasonic transducer (Venes)

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Trichomonas vaginalis (Leventhal)

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Trichuris trichiura (Leventhal)

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Trypanosoma cruzi (Leventhal)

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Tuberculosis (Tamparo)

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Tuberculosis (CDC)

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Carpal tunnel (Thompson)

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Twins (Ward)

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Aphthous ulcer (Barankin)

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Pressure ulcer (Barankin)

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Rodent ulcer (Venes)

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Venous stasis ulcer (Venes)

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Doppler ultrasonography (Chapman)

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Fetal ultrasound image (Enright)

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Unna boot

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Female urethra (Thompson)

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Male urethra (Thompson)

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Urinary retention

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Urine (Strasinger)

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Urine testing kit (Wilkinson)

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Urticaria (Venes)

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Uterus

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Vacuum-assisted wound closure (Venes)

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Vagina and other female organs (Thompson)

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Knock-knee (Starkey)

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Cardiac valves (Thompson)

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Types of mechanical heart valves (Williams)

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Varicella (Barankin)

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Esophageal varix in a patient with cirrhosis of the liver (Roberts)

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Bowleg (Starkey)

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Vas deferens and other male organs (Eagle)

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Vasculitis (Barankin)

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Vasectomy and its reversal (Gylys)

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Systemic veins

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Structure of a vein and venule

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Varicose veins in leg (Gylys)

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Venipuncture (Eagle)

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Implantable venous access port

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Noninvasive positive pressure ventilation (Williams)

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Ventricles of the brain

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Villi of small intestine (Eagle)

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Viral shapes (Eagle)

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Effect of HIV on immune system (Williams)

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Vector of West Nile virus

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Vitiligo (Barankin)

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Vocal cords (Owens)

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Vocal cords and glottis (Thompson)

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Vulva (Eagle)

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Common warts (Barankin)

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Genital warts (Wilkinson)

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Plantar wart (Barankin)

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Medicine wheel

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Circle of Willis

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Open wound (Kloth)

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Compression wrap (Starkey)

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Xanthelasma (Venes)

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Xerocytes (Harmening)

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Conjunctival xerosis (CDC)

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Budding yeast (Strasinger)

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Yin-yang

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Z-plasty method of correcting a deforming scar

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