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Area of hemodynamics

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University Cardiovascular Center, is a Highly Specialized Medical Center (IMAE), whose goal is "health care coverage to the entire population in coordinating cardiac procedures, urgency and emergency." Clinical Hospital "Dr. Manuel Quintela", Montevideo, Uruguay.

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A: Cardiovascular Center entrance to the area of hemodynamics

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

Cardiovascular Center entrance to the area of hemodynamics

B: Laboratory of Molecular Biology and Flow Cytometry

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Laboratory of Molecular Biology and Flow Cytometry, Clinical Hospital "Dr. Manuel Quintela" universit...

Laboratory of Molecular Biology and Flow Cytometry

C: Cardiovascular Center, circulation area

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

Cardiovascular Center, circulation area

D: Magnetron room

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

Magnetron room

E: Cardiovascular center, hemodynamics area.

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

Cardiovascular center, hemodynamics area.

F: Electron microscope

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Electron microscope located in the basement of the Clinical Hospital "Dr. Manuel Quintela",  universi...

Electron microscope

G: Cardiovascular Center, area for patients.

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

Cardiovascular Center, area for patients.

H: 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

I: 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"

J: 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

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