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A forearm with an arteriovenous fistula with labels

View full-sized image Drawing of a forearm with an arteriovenous fistula. Arrows show the direction of blood flow. Two needles are inserted into the fistula. Labels explain that one needle carries blood to the dialysis machine. The other returns blood from the machine.
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Drawing of a forearm with an arteriovenous fistula. Arrows show the direction of blood flow. Two needles are inserted into the fistula. Labels explain that one needle carries blood to the dialysis machine. The other returns blood from the machine.

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Drawing of a forearm with an arteriovenous fistula. Arrows show the direction of blood flow. Two needles are inserted into the fistula. Labels explain that one needle carries blood to the dialysis machine. The other returns blood from the machine.

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Forearm arteriovenous fistula

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