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Pork butchery. (c) Chassenet
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Food. (c) Jose Oto
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Person leaning on fork and standing on ham.
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Assorted sausages and salamis.
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Sausages in a frying pan. (c) Ulrich Bredlow
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Meats cooking on a grill. (c) Bol/Begsteiger
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Sausages cooking on a grill. (c) Bol/Begsteiger
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Food processing industry quality control: a meat inspector measuring the conductivity of the cell sap in pork for the detection of pale, soft, exudative (PSE) and dark, firm, dry (DFD) meat not permitted for certain purposes.
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Caucasian male butcher with many cow carcasses suspended on meat hooks. (c) H. Raguet
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Large aneurysm at the anterior communicating artery. Colorized cerebral digital angiography by selective catheterizationof the right carotid artery of a forty-two year old femalepatient, frontal view. (c) Sovereign
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Myocardial SPECT scan series with Tc-99m sestamibi showing an ateroseptal myocardial infarction in a 55 year old male patient. Included are frontal (top), sagittal (middle), and transverse (bottom) sections. (c) Centre Jean Perrin
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Colorized cardiac MRI showing chronic pericarditis evident by a pericardial effusion (rose) of great abundance. Colorized cardiac MRI with a contrast injection (gadolinium-based MRI contrast medium) of a fifty-nine year old female patient,coronal section. (c) Sovereign
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3D model of a myocardial scintigram with Tc-99m sestamibi showing an anteroseptal myocardial infarction in a 56 year oldpatient. Necrosis appears in blue and green (hypofixation due to an absence of vascularization of the myocardial muscle) at diastolic (top) and systolic (bottom) time. Septal (left) and anterior (right) views. (c) Centre Jean Perrin
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Myocardial SPECT scan series with Tc-99m sestamibi showing an ateroseptal myocardial infarction. Included are frontal (top), sagittal (middle) and transverse (bottom) sections. (c)Centre Jean Perrin
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Atheromatous plaque and a presence of cholesterol crystals in an artery. Histological section of an artery, HES stain, mag. 100x (at 24 x 36 mm).
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Illustration of an artery with a significant buildup of atheromatous plaque (atherosclerosis), a balloon angioplasty procedure, close-up cutaway view. A balloon angioplasty prodeure may be used to widen the space within the artery to treat the condition.
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Woman eating a sandwich. (c) Martin Lee
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Blood vessels running over a cellular surface
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Metabolic: xanthelasma. Yellowish, flat, and clearly demarcated plaques just below the lower eyelid of a 50 year old man with xanthelasma.
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Atherosclerosis in an artery. A lesion develops in the artery wall causing accumulation of macrophage white cells and low density lipoproteins. Without adequate removal by high density lipoproteins, the fats and cholesterol will form plaqueand continue to accumulate. The plaque may rupture causing a blood clot to form which can result in an aneurysm.
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Heart disease. An image of the aorta clogged with cholesterol.
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The transport of cholesterol via high density lipoproteins (HDL) in the blood.
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A conceptual illustration of an interior view of a blood vessel where the red blood cells or corpuscles have been replaced within burgers.
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Photomicrograph of a coronary artery, transverse histological section, showing reduction of the arterial lumen due to a large atheromatous plaque. (c) Sovereign
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