“We completed an enhanced cranial CT scan, a chest CT scan, and an abdominal CT scan with contrast dye. Both the cranial CT and abdominal CT are normal. We have not observed any involvement or damage of any vital organ, nor any blood in the abdominal cavity. However, the thoracic CT does show a pulmonary contusion, predominantly on the right side. Although the lungs are functioning well and have stood up to analysis, there is still that heavy bruising which requires hospital rest and observation, with daily analytical and testing rounds”, explained Dr. Charte.