Bicycle accident against a fence. Performed extended focused assessment with sonography for trauma (eFAST) an hour after the accident.
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Evidence of free fluid in Morrison's pouch and perisplenic space. Evidence of isoechoic fluid in the right rectovesical pouch in keeping with clotting hematoma.
At laparotomy, hemoperitoneum due to a celiac trunk injury was confirmed.
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