Complex hepa...
Axial C+ arterial phase
CECT Complex hepatic laceration. Contrast-enhanced CT scan shows multiple linear lacerations (“bear claw” lacerations) in the left hepatic lobe.There is a deep laceration almost separating the left lobe segments.Note the portal vein branch traversing and anchoring the detached lacerated left lobe segments.segment.There is also evidence of haemoperitoneum in right sub-phrenic space.
System: Hepatobiliary
Modality: CT (C+ arterial phase)

- “ The major CT features of blunt liver trauma are lacerations, subcapsular and parenchymal hematomas, active hemorrhage, and juxtahepatic venous inj...”

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