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An arm with an arteriovenous graft with labels

View full-sized image Drawing of an arm with an arteriovenous graft. Labels point to an artery and a vein. A curved tube, labeled looped graft, connects the artery to the vein. Arrows show the direction of blood flow from the artery to the vein.
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Drawing of an arm with an arteriovenous graft. Labels point to an artery and a vein. A curved tube, labeled looped graft, connects the artery to the vein. Arrows show the direction of blood flow from the artery to the vein.

Alternate Text

Drawing of an arm with an arteriovenous graft. Labels point to an artery and a vein. A curved tube, labeled looped graft, connects the artery to the vein. Arrows show the direction of blood flow from the artery to the vein.

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One kind of AV graft

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Related Keywords

blood vein artery
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