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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.4 Spleen
Case 1.4.7 Trauma of the spleen


Peripheral located splenic rupture with an inhomogeneous hyperechoic distal part of the spleen and a small amount of blood in Morrisons pouch

Normal looking spleen
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Inhomogeneous hyperechoic distal part of the spleen transverse
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Inhomogeneous hyperechoic distal part of the spleen transverse
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Inhomogeneous hyperechoic distal part of the spleen without vascularization transverse
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Inhomogeneous hyperechoic distal part of the spleen longitudinal
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Inhomogeneous hyperechoic distal part of the spleen without vascularization longitudinal
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Inhomogeneous distal part of the spleen longitudinal
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Blood in Morrisons pouch
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Peripheral located splenic rupture CT scan

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The same patient 24 hours later. There is now blood around the lower pole of the spleen.

Blood around the lower pole of the spleen longitudinal
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Blood around the lower pole of the spleen longitudinal
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Blood around the lower pole of the spleen longitudinal
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Blood around the lower pole of the spleen longitudinal
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Irregular lower pole and blood around the spleen
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Irregular lower pole and blood around the spleen
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Irregular lower pole and blood around the spleen
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Blood in Morrisons pouch
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