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Left Pelvic Fractures
Left Pelvic Fractures

This exhibit begins with print enlargements of two images from the 3D reconstruction of the post-accident CT images. An anterior view and a posterior view from this CT scan on the top half of this exhibit. The bottom half of the exhibit features three skeletal views of the pelvis, one anterior, one lateral and one posterior view. These views provide a clear overall appreciation of the left sided pelvic fractures in this case involving the acetabulum, iliac wing and superior ramus.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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