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Abdominal Hematoma Development
Abdominal Hematoma Development

This stock medical exhibit depicts the development of an abdominal hematoma using three illustrations. The illustrations feature an anterior (front) view of the female abdomen. The initial condition describes a 'dime-sized hard area'. The second a painful, golf-ball sized hematoma compressing the femoral nerve and vessels of the groin. Finally, the third and fatal condition is a huge hematoma compressing the anterior abdominal muscles and organs and a second hematoma at the lateral margin of the right upper pelvis.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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