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Multiple Pelvic Fractures
Multiple Pelvic Fractures

This exhibit depicts fractures to the left transverse process of the fifth lumbar vertebra, bilateral fractures to pubic ramus, fracture to the right ischium and to the sacrum. The fracture to the sacrum causes nerve impingement at the levels of S1 and S2. CT scans are included showing axial views of the fractures of the sacrum that clearly shows bone fragments collapsing into the neural foramina impinging this way the nerves at these levels.

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Last Updated: Jun 21st, 2020

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