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Left diaphragm laceration stomach spleen herniation - CT

Left diaphragm rupture (blunt) with stomach & spleen herniation.

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Stab chest, haemothorax, liver & diaphragm injury - abdominal CT

Grade 4 liver injury following stab to right chest

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Grade 4 spleen injury (blunt) 01

Grade 4 splenic injury (blunt)

Fredrick Foss


Grade 4 spleen injury (blunt) 02

Grade 4 splenic injury (blunt)

Frederick Foss


Grade 3 spleen injury - CT

Grade 3 spleen injury - CT

Eduardo Bastos, Marilia, Brazil


Grade 2 intraparenchymal liver injury - CT

Grade 2 intraparenchymal liver injury - CT

Ronal Stewart


Grade 2 liver injury - CT

Grade 2 liver injury - CT

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Grade 5 renal injury with retroperitoneal haematoma - CT

Grade 5 renal injury with retroperitoneal haematoma - CT

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Grade 5 renal injury - renal artery disruption - CT

Grade 5 renal injury - renal artery disruption - CT

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Grade 4 renal injury - CT

Grade 4 renal injury - CT

Bradley R. Davis, USAF


Grade 4 pancreatic transection - blunt

Grade 4 pancreas injury - blunt

David Livingston, New Jersey Trauma Center at University Hospital Newark, NJ USA


Grade 3 pancreas injury - CT1

Grade 3 pancreas injury - CT1

Richard Sidwell, Des Moines, Iowa, USA


Grade 3 pancreas injury - CT2

Grade 3 pancreas injury - CT2

Richard Sidwell, Des Moines, Iowa, USA


Post-traumatic diaphragm tear with stomach herniation - CT

CT of post-traumatic diaphragm injury and stomach herniation

Antonio di Muria, San Giovanni Bosco hospital, Naples, Italy


Thoracic gunshot - retroaortic bullet 02

Anterior column vertebral fracture (gunshot)

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Grade III Blunt Pancreatic Injury 01 - CT Scan

CT abdomen with Grade III Blunt Pancreatic Injury

Juan C Duchesne MD, FACS, FCCP Spirit Of Charity Hospital, NOLA


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Injury to the Colon and Rectum

, July 08, 2003

Introduction

The colon is the second most commonly injured organ in penetrating trauma, but injury is rare in blunt trauma (2-5%). However rectal injuries are more common in blunt trauma,…

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