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Surgical Repair of Urinary Bladder Injury
Surgical Repair of Urinary Bladder Injury

This exhibit consist of four images: first one shows the front view of the abdominal area of a female with closure of stab incisions from a prior laparoscopic surgery and now a Pfannenstiel incision is performed; the second one depicts the exposure of the anatomy through the incision and shows the uterus been removed (stump) with murky fluid in the surrounding area. This is followed by with two illustrations that shows the perforation to the posterior wall of the bladder and repair with sutures.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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