MCQ – 71147

Question

A 30-year-old woman accidentally fell from a height of 10 meters and landed on her left side. She subsequently complained of severe left upper abdominal pain. On general examination, she was pale and tachycardic but normotensive. Examination of the abdomen revealed marked tenderness over the left lower chest wall and left upper abdomen. A plain chest radiograph showed fractures of left lower ribs with evidence of a pneumothorax. Hemoglobin level remained low after transfusion of 2 units of blood. A CECT abdomen was performed for further evaluation. What is the possible diagnosis?

A.

Splenic Rupture

B.

Kidney Rupture

C.

Trauma to the Adrenal Gland

D.

Trauma to the renal artery

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