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Rectus Sheath Hematoma and Subsequent Fatal Hemorrhage - Medical Animation

 

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Rectus Sheath Hematoma and Subsequent Fatal Hemorrhage - Medical Animation
This 3d medical animation features elements associated with the surgical evacuation of a rectus sheath hematoma which subsequently led to a fatal hemorrhage. Scenes include: 1- Normal anatomy of the anterior abdominal wall, 2- Rectus sheath contained hematoma with intact peritoneum, 3- surgical procedure with penetration of the peritoneum during an incidental appendectomy, 4- Post operative hemorrhage.

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