Yes, 43. Image 43. This is the back side of the right hand and this is the, you know, the right forearm, right hand, this is after the bag has been removed from the hand. Image 44. This is just a closer view of the injury to the right hand and this is the ventral surface of the hand or the palmar surface of the hand. And that's the particular part that we are looking at. This is a close-up of the ventral or palmar surface of the hand. This is the right hand, this is the thumb and this is the particular area of interest, there is an injury. Image 46. Only thing different here is the introduction of a ruler. We are still looking at the right hand looking at that surface where this injury is. This is 47. So in terms of getting a different take on the hand and the injury, the hand has been cleaned off at this point. So I have removed some of that blood and material that was stuck to the hand. So this is a cleaner image of the hand after the bag has been removed and after it has been kind of cleaned off and we are still looking at the palmar surface or ventral surface or front surface of the right hand.