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English: Photography during operation after hemipelvectomy on the right side with view of the acetabulum . View on the acetabulum and the pelvic muscles after hemipelvectomy was performed. Necrosis has already spread into the psoas muscle, therefore surgical resection of the necrotic tissue is not possible any more. Afterwards bandage of the open wound is performed and the patient is transmitted to intensive care unit for further treatment.
Date Published: 20 Oct 2008
Source Diagnosis and misdiagnosis of necrotizing soft tissue infections: three case reports. Cases J 2008, 1:252. doi:10.1186/1757-1626-1-252
Author Engelbert Schröpfer, Stephan Rauthe and Thomas Meyer.

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12:07, 28 May 2009Thumbnail for version as of 12:07, 28 May 2009600 × 400 (97 KB)Stevenfruitsmaak{{Information |Description={{en|1=Photography during operation after hemipelvectomy on the right side with view of the acetabulum . View on the acetabulum and the pelvic muscles after hemipelvectomy was performed. Necrosis has already spread into the psoa
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