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Surgery

Surgery by its very nature is complicated and often difficult or impossible to see internal structures without harming the patient. Illustrations can assist the audience with its understanding of complicated procedures via sequential stages and highlights the technical aspects of the surgery without distractions of the surrounding anatomical structures.

Glaucoma treatment in the dog

Glaucoma Dog

 

Correcting a defect in the skin

Dermal Tube

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