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Fig. 3 | BMC Health Services Research

Fig. 3

From: Medical aid to war victims in Syria in 2019: a report of organized healthcare support from a charity organization

Fig. 3

Network graph presenting three most common treatments per specialty provided to patients in Syria in 2019 by Aid to the Church in Need. The medical specialty categories are illustrated by node color: cardiology (red), internal medicine (brown), neurology (blue), neurosurgery (green), obstetrics and gynecology (white), oncology (black), ophthalmology (violet), orthopedics (beige), otorhinolaryngology (cyan), pediatrics (gold), psychiatry (plum), public health (lime), and radiology (aqua). The node size (shows as dots) is proportional to the number of treatments. Edges (connections between nodes) are shown in grey. ADHD – attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, CT – computed tomography, MRI – magnetic resonance imaging, PET – positron emission tomography

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