Within the lower pole of the right kidney there is a laceration with adjacent haematoma. Within the haematoma, there is a 5mm hyperdensity that is suspicious for active extravasation of contrast. There is a laceration in the superior aspect of segment VII/VIII of the liver with no evidence of active contrast extravasation. There is stranding and fluid along the inferior margin of the spleen with no definite laceration seen. The proximal jejunum is mildly thick walled without any other evidence of injury. No free intraperitoneal gas. A tiny amount of gas is seen anterior to segment 4 of the liver, its location and source unclear. No other subdiaphragmatic gas evident.
Left L1 and L2 transverse process fractures. There is a fracture line running through the left sacral ala with a fragment displaced into and slightly narrowing the left S1 neural exit foramen. The fracture line runs inferiorly through the left S2 and S3 neural exit foramen. There may be a contrast blush just inferior to the superior gluteal branch of the internal iliac vein. A further contrast blush may be adjacent to the right iliac wing in the insertion of the right gluteus medius. There are right superior and inferior pubic rami fractures with associated haematoma.