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Mountain Sickness (cont.)

Altitude Sickness Pictures

Media file 1: Andes Mountains, Peru, October 2000.
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Media file 2: High-altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE). Image courtesy Dr Peter Hackett.
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Media file 3: Hyperbaric treatment at 4250 m in a Gamow bag.
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