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Injuries to the Chest wall, Thorax-Abdomen, Pelvis and Spine
Injuries to the Chest wall, Thorax-Abdomen, Pelvis and Spine

This stock medical exhibit features multiple injuries. The upper left image illustrates the multiple rib fractures and hemopneumothorax. The lower left image illustrates the fractures of the pelvis, disruption of urethra, and fractured left femur. The upper right graphic illustrates the hemopneumothorax and internal injuries of spleen and diaphragm. The lower left image illustrates the T12-L1 fracture dislocation with transection of the spinal cord.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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