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Placement of Subclavian Central Line - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit shows the placement of a subclavian central line. It shows the insertion of a Hickman catheter into the subclavian vein and its advancement to the superior vena cava. Associated structures present include the clavicle, lung, heart and aorta.
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