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Metastatic Tumors in Brain 

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medical illustration of Editorial illustration showing the right cerebral hemisphere of the brain with metastatic cancer highlighted editorially by yellow graphic rings. Metastatic tumors are the most common lesion in the brain. Blood vessels are shown to represent the blood brain barrier, which can be transiently weakened by chemotherapeutic, systemic-wide treatments, and allow metastatic tumors to get to the central nervous system.
Next medical illustration of This editorial illustration shows the principal anatomy of the swallowing apparatus plus the esophagus and stomach with peristaltic waves pushing a bolus towards the stomach in the esophageal phase. There are four phases involved in swallowing. The oral preparatory phase, the oral propulsive phase and the pharyngeal and esophageal phases.

Pharyngeal and Esophageal phases of swallowing

Editorial illustration showing the right cerebral hemisphere of the brain with metastatic cancer highlighted editorially by yellow graphic rings. Metastatic tumors are the most common lesion in the brain. Blood vessels are shown to represent the blood brain barrier, which can be transiently weakened by chemotherapeutic, systemic-wide treatments, and allow metastatic tumors to get to the central nervous system.

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