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When internal hemorrhage occurs in an enclosed body cavity, is it possible to build up enough pressure to erupt through the skin?

It is very unlikely that the skin would rupture due to internal bleeding. Adults have about 5.5 liters of blood inside the circulatory system (arteries/veins/heart/pulmonary circulation) or "...
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What sort of damage would someone get from a 80ft drop?

First off, she would be killed instantly. There wouldn't be any question of what might kill her "ultimately" because ultimately would be the moment she hit the ground. Yes, there have been people who ...
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How is blood cleared from the body after internal bleeding

After internal bleeding, the blood serum from the blood can be reabsorbed back into the circulation (capillaries), and the blood cells can be phagocytosed by macrophages. The blood serum from the ...
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What sort of damage would someone get from a 80ft drop?

I agree with @Carey Gregory's answer. I can tell you how a man falling only 30 feet landing on his back on concrete died. A 30 year old male working on the underside (?) of a bridge, unsecured, fell ...
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Is one more susceptible to chronic pancreatitis if one's pancreas hemorrhaged during a single inexplicable acute pancreatitis event?

Yes, it is possible that one gradually develops chronic pancreatitis after a single attack of acute pancreatitis. Pancreatitis (NIDDK) The chronic form of pancreatitis can be triggered by one ...
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How much blood can one lose (from internal hemoragging) and live prior to a blood transfusion?

That depends on the age and general condition of the patient, as well as why and how fast and where they're losing blood. In your case, if you had pancreatitis severe enough to perforate the splenic ...
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Are There Reliable Sulfur-Based Blood-Clotting Products That Target Internal Bleeding

The "sulfur" based powder you are referring to is sulfonamide which was an antimicrobial, not a clotting agent. It's not sulfur based, but is often called "sulfa", which is where you may be thinking ...
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