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2/26/21
Mechanism of Posterior Uterine Wall Perforation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Mechanism of Posterior Uterine Wall Perforation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Mechanism of Posterior Uterine Wall Perforation – Medical Illustration
This stock medical exhibit features an illustrations depicting the mechanism of a posterior uterine wall perforation that led to the subsequent injury to the patient's cecum. The first illustration provides an anterior view as the tool travels through the posterior wall to injure the cecum. This patient's abnormal intestinal anatomy led to the injury to the cecum when the instrument broke through the posterior wall. A previous perforation in the lateral uterine wall is pictured also pictured in the anterior image. The second illustration provides a side cut-away view of the tool perforating the uterine wall and injuring the cecum.

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