Abdominal multiorgan trauma

Case contributed by Dr MohammadTaghi Niknejad

Presentation

Abdominal blunt trauma

Patient Data

Age: 27
Gender: Male
CT
  • Hypodense area at mediolateral part of right kidney which consistent of renal laceration.
  • Hypodense lesion at upper pole of the right kidney infavour of segmental infarct.
  • Tiny right perinephric fluid collection.
  • Right adrenal haematoma.
  • Small hypodense areas at posterior segments of the right lobe of the liver infavour of contusion.
  • Tiny hepatic subcapsular haematoma adjacent to contusion.
  • Hypodense areas compatible with contusion at upper border of spleen.
  • Filling defect in the IVC at the level of the renal veins which is consistent of partial thrombosis.
  • Abdominopelvic free fluid.
  • Bilateral haemothorax.
  • Right lower lobe pulmonary consolidation.

No evidence of extravasation from vascular , GI and GU systems.

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Case information

rID: 21792
Case created: 19th Feb 2013
Last edited: 16th Apr 2017
Inclusion in quiz mode: Included

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