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Scrotal Hematoma and Pelvic Fractures
Scrotal Hematoma and Pelvic Fractures

This medical exhibit begins with a large anterior view of the pelvic region of a young male with the skeletal anatomy shown transparently beneath the skin. A hematoma is clearly shown within the scrotum. This image illustrates a post-accident condition with multiple pelvic fractures including diastasis of the pubic symphasis and right sacroiliac joint, fractures of the right pubic bone right superior and inferior pubic rami and the right sacral ala.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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