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9/27/20
Vacuum Extraction Delivery with Fatal Head Injuries - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Vacuum Extraction Delivery with Fatal Head Injuries - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Birth Injury - Vacuum Extraction Delivery with Fatal Head Injuries. During labor and delivery, a vacuum extractor device in placed on the head of the ferus in utero. The resulting injuries are displayed from a superior (top) view and sagittal view of the infant’s head. The damage includes massive scalp hematoma, swelling and a three inch tear in the coronal suture of the skull with the bleeding brain extruding through the posterior fontanelle.

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