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6/24/24

Improper Placement of Gastrostomy Tube with Subsequent Abdominal Infection - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Improper Placement of Gastrostomy Tube with Subsequent Abdominal Infection - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This custom medical exhibit features four comparative views of the abdomen with a gastrostomy (feeding) tube over time. Each view of the abdomen is accompanied by a small inset detailing the tip of the gastrostomy tube. Progression shown is: 1. Normal condition, 2. Condition with tube pulled out, 3. Condition with improperly replaced tube spreading initial infection, 4. Subsequent condition with widespread infection.

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