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Abdominal Distention - Medical Animation
 
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Abdominal Distention - Medical Animation
This 3D medical animation shows how breast cancer metastasis can cause abdominal distention. As the cancer cells grow and divide they migrate through the lymphatic system to the abdomen and attach to the lining of peritoneal cavity. The tumor cells then begin to secrete proteinaceous fluid causing bloating.

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