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8/12/20
Progression of Abdominal Condition Following Sigmoid Perforation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Progression of Abdominal Condition Following Sigmoid Perforation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features two anterior views of a male torso with the abdominal cavity visible beneath the skin. The first image is normal but for a small sigmoid perforation leaking bowel contents. The second image shows the eventual condition, with widespread adhesions, multiple perforations, kinking and obstruction of the sigmoid and small intestine, chronic abscess, and peritonitis.

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