Traumatic placental abruption
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Singleton intrauterine foetus is insitu. The anterior placenta is heterogeneous with large areas of non-enhancement suggestive of CT appearance of placental abruption. No large retro-placental haematoma. The cervical canal is widened to ~12mm although no products are seen within the canal.
Slight delayed nephrogram of the right kidney with mild pelvicalyceal prominence and pyelo-venous reflux seen in pregnancy.
No traumatic injury of the liver, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, gall bladder. No free intra-abdominal fluid or gas.
Minor anterior inferior abdominal wall subcutaneous fat stranding consistent with seat belt injury.
No pelvic ring fracture.
Heterogeneous placenta with large areas of non-enhancement suggestive of CT appearance of placental abruption. No large retro-placental haematoma. Widened cervical canal suggestive of impending passage of intrauterine content.