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Collapsed Lung with Damage of Brain Tissue
Collapsed Lung with Damage of Brain Tissue

Collapsed lung with resultant brain damage. Shows oxygen-rich blood traveling from the lungs to the brain. Labeled items include the brain, trachea, oxygen, heart and lungs. Depicts oxygen transfer into the blood stream, which travels via arteries to the brain. In the second image, the lungs are shown collapsed, with decreased oxygen levels flowing to the brain (hypoxia). The brain is darkened to indicate widespread tissue death.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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