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Amphitheater floor 13 of the Hospital de Clinicas "Dr. Manuel Quintela"

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Amphitheater floor 13 of the Hospital de Clinicas "Dr. Manuel Quintela" corresponding to the chair of Plastic Surgery and Burns. The Hospital Clinic is a teaching hospital attached to the Faculty of Medicine and the University of the Republic. Montevideo, Uruguay.

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A: Amphitheatre of the floors of the Hospital de Clinicas

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Amphitheatre of the floors of the Hospital de Clinicas "Dr. Manuel Quintela" while you are teaching a...

Amphitheatre of the floors of the Hospital de Clinicas

B: Hall floor 14 of the Hospital de Clinicas "Dr. Manuel Quintela"

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Hall floor 14 of the Hospital de Clinicas "Dr. Manuel Quintela" in the same you can see a vending mac...

Hall floor 14 of the Hospital de Clinicas "Dr. Manuel Quintela"

C: Clinics in the area of ​​dermatology

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Clinics in the area of ​​dermatology at the Hospital de Clinicas "Dr. Manuel Quintela" University Hos...

Clinics in the area of ​​dermatology

D: Hospital kitchen

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Hospital kitchen, on the ground floor of the Hospital de Clinicas "Dr. Manuel Quintela" University Ho...

Hospital kitchen

E: Operating room for treatment of burn patients

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National Burn Center "Centro Nacional de Quemados" (CENAQUE), Clinical Hospital "Dr. Manuel Quintela"...

Operating room for treatment of burn patients

F: Magnetron room

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Magnetron Hall, area of radiology Clinical Hospital "Dr. Manuel Quintela" University Hospital, Montev...

Magnetron room

G: Area for conducting radiological reports

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Room used for radiological report writing, Clinical Hospital "Dr. Manuel Quintela" University Hospita...

Area for conducting radiological reports

H: Emergency Room

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You can see one of the rooms, where patients are received at the emergency entrance, at a time of act...

Emergency Room

I: Area of hemodynamics

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University Cardiovascular Center, is a Highly Specialized Medical Center (IMAE), whose goal is "healt...

Area of hemodynamics

J: Computed tomography

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Room CT, in the area of ​​radiology at the Hospital de Clinicas "Dr. Manuel Quintela" University Hosp...

Computed tomography

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