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Trocar Insertion and Subsequent Injury
Trocar Insertion and Subsequent Injury

This stock medical exhibit depicts trocar insertion and subsequent injury. The first illustration shows left subcostal insertion of a trocar into the abdomen in a sagittal view of the abdomen and pelvis. The trocar injures the inferior vena cava. The second illustration shows an enlargement of the injured area in the first illustration, in which rupture in the wall of the inferior vena cava has occurred, resulting in hemorrhage.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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