No, it's not intra-abdominal haemorrhage.

Although there was some blood in the peritoneal cavity, there was certainly not enough to account for this patient's demise. There was some haemorrhaging in the muscles, though; this would be consistent with possible trauma from a violent seizure.

Let's suppose he haemorrhaged about 1.5 litres into his muscles. Which organs would be most susceptible to the resulting hypovolaemia?

Try again.