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IED - Improvised Explosive Device

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Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: IED - Improvised Explosive Device

History: US soldier in Humvee during IED attack.

Findings: Dramatic amputation of left arm. Numerous metallic shrapnel fragments embedded in soft tissues of left lower extremity, with fracture of the anterior lateral femoral condyle, and proximal fibula.

Exam: Traumatic amputation of left arm, and severe shrapnel injury to left lower extremity.

No MeSH data available.


Numerous metallic shrapnel fragments embedded in soft tissues of left lower extremity, with fracture of the anterior lateral femoral condyle, and proximal fibula.
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IED - Improvised Explosive Device

Danielson DMD - MedPix

Numerous metallic shrapnel fragments embedded in soft tissues of left lower extremity, with fracture of the anterior lateral femoral condyle, and proximal fibula.
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MPX2189_synpic26241: Numerous metallic shrapnel fragments embedded in soft tissues of left lower extremity, with fracture of the anterior lateral femoral condyle, and proximal fibula.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: IED - Improvised Explosive Device

History: US soldier in Humvee during IED attack.

Findings: Dramatic amputation of left arm. Numerous metallic shrapnel fragments embedded in soft tissues of left lower extremity, with fracture of the anterior lateral femoral condyle, and proximal fibula.

Exam: Traumatic amputation of left arm, and severe shrapnel injury to left lower extremity.

No MeSH data available.