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Male Figure with Post-accident Abdominal Injuries and Subsequent Splenectomy Procedure - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Male Figure with Post-accident Abdominal Injuries and Subsequent Splenectomy Procedure
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Male Figure with Post-accident Abdominal Injuries and Subsequent Splenectomy Procedure - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit shows post-accident abdominal injuries with a subsequent surgical procedure in a series of illustrations. The first illustration shows abdominal hemorrhage in an anterior view of the abdominal organs. The second illustration shows an enlarged view of the injuries, including intra-abdominal hemorrhage, left flank subcutaneous hematoma, traumatic splenic lacerations and a left renal inferior pole laceration and hematoma. The third and fourth illustrations show the first steps in the exploratory laparorotomy, splenectomy and drainage of the left flank hematoma. They show the creation of a midline incision in the abdomen and evacuation of the hemorrhage. The fifth illustration shows the clamping, ligation and removal of the spleen. The sixth illustration shows the incising of the left flank and evacuation of the hematoma.

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