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Video Clip - A dropper releasing drops of red liquid
Medical Basics 21 A dropper releasing drops of red liquid
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Video Clip - Medication poured into a teaspoon
Medical Basics 22 Medication poured into a teaspoon
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Video Clip - Parts of a brain is distinguished with different numbers
Medical Basics 01 Parts of a brain is distinguished with different numbers
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Video Clip - A microscope is shown
Medical Basics 02 A microscope is shown
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Video Clip - A mannequin with musle tissues is shown
Medical Basics 03 A mannequin with musle tissues is shown
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Video Clip - A disected view of the human oragns is shown on a mannequin
Medical Basics 04 A disected view of the human oragns is shown on a mannequin
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Video Clip - A cigarette being lit up
Medical Basics 05 A cigarette being lit up
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Video Clip - Cigarette smoke going up
Medical Basics 06 Cigarette smoke going up
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Video Clip - Doctor looks at the x-ray charts
Medical Basics 07 Doctor looks at the x-ray charts
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Video Clip - White pills dropping on a red counter
Medical Basics 08 White pills dropping on a red counter
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Video Clip - Clear liquid being poured in a beaker
Medical Basics 09 Clear liquid being poured in a beaker
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Video Clip - Red liquid being sprinkled on a round glass surface
Medical Basics 10 Red liquid being sprinkled on a round glass surface
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