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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.11 Abdominal wall
Case 1.11.2 Abdominal wall hematomas


Hematoma:
Abdominal wall muscle rupture in the intermediate oblique muscle with a hematoma filled defect
Hematoma:
Rectus muscle rupture and hematoma
Hematoma:
Rectus rupture and hematoma
Hematoma:
Rectus rupture and hematoma
Hematoma:
Rectus muscle hematoma
Hematoma:
Two rectus muscle ruptures
Hematoma:
Traumatic rectus hematomas with a non vascularized hypoechoic intramuscular mass
Hematoma:
Rectus hematoma with a non vascularized hypoechoic mass in the rectus abdominis muscle
Hematoma:
Rectus sheath hematoma with an inhomogeneous hypoechoic mass
Hematoma:
Large abdominal wall (rectus) hematoma
Hematoma:
Rectus sheath hematoma
Hematoma:
Bilateral rectus hematoma with a thickened hypoecoic rectus muscle
Hematoma:
Rectus sheath hematoma with seroma (liquified hematoma)
Hematoma:
Abdominal wall muscle rupture in the intermediate oblique muscle with a hematoma filled defect
Hematoma:
Rectus muscle rupture and hematoma
Hematoma:
Rectus rupture and hematoma
Hematoma:
Rectus rupture and hematoma
Hematoma:
Rectus muscle hematoma
Hematoma:
Two rectus muscle ruptures
Hematoma:
Traumatic rectus hematomas with a non vascularized hypoechoic intramuscular mass
Hematoma:
Rectus hematoma with a non vascularized hypoechoic mass in the rectus abdominis muscle
Hematoma:
Rectus sheath hematoma with an inhomogeneous hypoechoic mass
Hematoma:
Large abdominal wall (rectus) hematoma
Hematoma:
Rectus sheath hematoma
Hematoma:
Bilateral rectus hematoma with a thickened hypoecoic rectus muscle
Hematoma:
Rectus sheath hematoma with seroma (liquified hematoma)
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