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6/2/20
Post-Hysterectomy Scarring and Hematoma with Hydronephrosis and Subsequent Rupture - Medical Animation
 
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Post-Hysterectomy Scarring and Hematoma with Hydronephrosis and Subsequent Rupture - Medical Animation
This 3D stock medical animation features the anatomy of the female urinary system, with complications that arose secondary to a hysterectomy procedure. The animation shows how post-operative scarring and hematoma cause a stricture in the ureter which leads to hydronephrosis and eventual rupture. Additionally, the animation shows how a simple stent could have been placed across the defect to avoid the complication.

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