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You Will Receive

60005 Abdominal Examination Base Unit

60006 Abdominal Examination Skin

60007 Abdominal Fluid Bag

60008 Abdominal Examination Organ Locator

60009 Abdominal Wall

60010 Abdominal Examination Livers (set of 3)

60011 Abdominal Examination Spleens (set of 2)

60012 Abdominal Examination Kidneys (x2)

60013 Abdominal Examination Bladder

60014 Abdominal Examination Pathologies (set of 6)

60015 Abdominal Examination Aortas (set of 2)

60016 Abdominal Examination – Distension Set Carry case

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