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4/17/24

Female Skeletal Figure with Post-accident Injuries of the Brain, Mandible, Pelvis and Acetabulum - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Female Skeletal Figure with Post-accident Injuries of the Brain, Mandible, Pelvis and Acetabulum - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit shows post-accident injuries of the brain, mandible, pelvis and acetabulum. As seen in an anterior view of the skeleton, these injuries include separation of the pubic symphysis, fractures of the left superior and inferior pubic rami, a fracture of the base of the right condylar process, a concussion injury of the brain, a fracture of the left body of the mandible, a fracture of the left sacral ala, a fracture of the anterior left acetabulum and a hematoma of the left pelvis.

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