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Male Figure with Pelvic and Left Leg Fracture and Subsequent Compartment Syndrome - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
Male Figure with Pelvic and Left Leg Fracture and Subsequent Compartment Syndrome
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Male Figure with Pelvic and Left Leg Fracture and Subsequent Compartment Syndrome - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit shows post-accident injuries as seen from an anterior view of a male figure surrounded by detailed insets of the injuries. The upper left image is a view of the pelvis showing the sacral fracture, bilateral inferior pubic rami fractures, a comminuted fracture of the superior pubic ramus extending to the acetabulum and a hematoma compressing the bladder. The bottom left image shows a comminuted fracture of the femur. The upper right side is a cross-section of the forearm demonstrating normal anatomy and directly below that is the same cross-section showing severe swelling within the fascial compartments, compressed nerves and compressed blood vessels indicate compartment syndrome.

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