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2/25/24

Anterior and Posterior Male Torso with Post-accident Injuries to the Abdomen, Left Elbow and Hip - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Anterior and Posterior Male Torso with Post-accident Injuries to the Abdomen, Left Elbow and Hip - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features anterior and posterior views of a male torso with multiple injuries, including a degloving of the left elbow, fractures of the L2 vertebra and left acetabulum, laceration of the spleen, and left sided pelvic hematoma. Affected organs are visible beneath the skin.

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