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Peg Gerrity

Fat Cells or Adipocytes (Subcutaneous Fat) 

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Atrial Fibrillation

medical illustration of Fat cells, also called Adipocyte cells, are located beneath the skin (subcutaneous fat).  Image is in layers and is available with or without microscopic circle. (skin, fat, cell, fats, obese, diet, weight, cellulose, cellulite, obesity) Please see www.peggerrity.com for custom and stock medical illustrations and animations.
Next medical illustration of OAB, or overactive bladder showing how detrusor muscle contracts to release urine even when bladder is not yet full. At the same time, the urethral sphincters release to promote emptying of urine. This is facilitated when the predominant neurotransmitter (ACh) interacts with the muscarinic receptors located in the bladder wall. (Note: Inset with neuromuscular junction may be removed) (available after 2/15)  www.peggerrity.com

Overactive Bladder

Fat cells, also called Adipocyte cells, are located beneath the skin (subcutaneous fat). Image is in layers and is available with or without microscopic circle. (skin, fat, cell, fats, obese, diet, weight, cellulose, cellulite, obesity) Please see www.peggerrity.com for custom and stock medical illustrations and animations.

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