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Question man accident and 10th rib damage

a 30 year old pt is brought to E/R with history of automobile accident and damage to 10th rib at left side.
usg shows intraperitoneal bleeding.which of following is damaged

a)sleepnorenal ligament
b)falcifarm ligament
c)sleenogastric ligament
d)ligamentun teres
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Splenorenal containing the splenic artery?
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its A)..splenorenal ligament
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C) splenogastric ligament
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CORRECT AnSWER is

(A)

spleenorenal ligament having spleenic artery and which is ruptured in this case..
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