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Traumatic Tear of Diaphragm
Traumatic Tear of Diaphragm

This is a series of 4 illustrations that begins with a depiction of the normal gastroesophageal junction in a sagittal cut view. Next we see a depiction of a hiatal hernia and then a post-accident condition with tear of the diaphragm at the site of the hiatal hernia which had been repaired prior to the accident. A gastroesophageal valvuloplasty is the type of hiatal hernia repair that was performed prior to the accident.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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