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Widespread Traumatic Injuries due to Collision - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Widespread Traumatic Injuries due to Collision - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This medical exhibit features an anterior view of a male figure. This exhibit provides an overview for the extensive injuries sustained in the MVC. The following injuries are all shown in this exhibit:\r\n- Right apical pneumothorax\r\n- Left-side hemothorax\r\n- Comminuted sternal fracture with hematoma\r\n- Pulmonary contusions bilaterally \r\n- Splenic laceration\r\n- Bilateral rib fractures;displaced left 1st, Left 2nd, Left 3rd & 4th anteriorly, Left 5th & 6th laterally, Left 9th, 10th, 11th posteriorly\r\n- L1- L3 Transverse process fractures\r\n- Severely comminuted fracture of right iliac bone\r\n- Right sacral alar fracture retroperitoneal hematoma\r\n- Left distal radius fracture\r\n- Bilateral tibia fibula fractures with complete disruption of the left ankle joint

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