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Figure 4 | Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine

Figure 4

From: Management of traumatic hemipelvectomy: an institutional experience on four consecutive cases

Figure 4

(a) A female, 7 years old, with complete hemipelvectomy caused by a traffic accident, referred to our hospital 6 h later. (b) The CT scan, and (c) X-ray film of the pelvis after the injury. Debridement was performed and the wound was left open. (d) By postoperative day 45, the majority of wound had healed. (e) &(f) The overview of the wound at the eighth postoperative month. The prolapse of the anal mucous membrane was noticed. The patient could ambulate with crutches.

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