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Fractured neck, wrist, and knees.
Fractured neck, wrist, and knees.

This medical exhibit begins with one large anterior full body portrait The skeletal structure will be shown transparently beneath the skin, as well as the organs of the abdomen and thorax. This image provides an overall orientation to all the major injuries. The multiple left rib fractures, the multiple spleen lacerations, left hemothorax, left diaphragmatic rupture, sigmoid and transverse colon serosal tears, multiple surface small bowel tears, superior mesenteric artery injury, cervical spine fracture, right lower leg fractures, right forearm fractures, left femur fracture and left forearm fractures are included.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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