Computed tomography of hepatic fracture: A case report

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      A case of hepatic fracture is presented in which computed tomography (CT) played a major role in the diagnosis. The fracture, which was suggested on scintigraphy, was easily demonstrated on CT as a low-density hematoma. The advantages and potential use of CT in this clinical setting are discussed.
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