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FAST ultrasound scan

FAST ultrasound scan

Alexander Ng


Traumatic flank hernia in a pediatric patient

Abdominal wall hernia secondary to blunt trauma

Fernando Joglar, Puerto Rico Trauma Center


Blunt abdominal trauma after a fall from height

Removed kidney after nephrectomy for blunt abdominal trauma caused by a fall from height

Camilo Villalta Rodriguez M.D. El Salvador


Towel clip closure of the chest and abdomen

Towel clip closure for damage control post thoracotomy and laparotomy

Luciano Pereira e Jorge Carlotto Serviço de Cirurgia Geral e do Trauma do Hospital da Cidade - Passo Fundo - RS – Brasil


Omental Rupture - Blunt Abdominal Trauma - RTA

Traumatic rupture of the greater omentum

Dr. Nedal Matar - Dr. Ahmed Abanamy Hospital - Riyadh - Saudi Arabia


Small Bowel Mesenteric Tear - Blunt Trauma

A blunt mesenteric tear

Dr. Nedal Matar - Dr. Ahmed Abanamy Hospital - Riyadh - Saudi Arabia


Left Kidney Rupture - Blunt Abdominal Trauma - RTA

Left kidney rupture

Dr. Nedal Matar - Ahmed Abanamy Hospital - Riyadh - Saudi Arabia


Traumatic Splenic Abruption - Blunt Abdominal Trauma - RTA

Splenic abruption and rupture of the pancreatic tail

Dr. Nedal Matar - Dr. Ahmed Abanamy Hospital - Riyadh - Saudi Arabia


Laparoscopic diagnosis in abdominal trauma

Laproscopic ports in-situ

Dr. Gabriel Mejia Consuelos, MD. SF - ACS - COT. Hospital General Balbuena. Mexico City


FAST Ultrasound


Articles

Renal Trauma

, November 30, 2006

Renal Trauma
Dr. Craig Seidman M.D.

Renal trauma is present in approximately 10% of all abdominal injuries

90% of renal trauma is due to blunt injury.
Major renal…

Case Presentations

Bladder Rupture Following Assault

Tiffany Frederickson, MD, August 26, 2010

An assaulted patient is found to have rib fractures and an intraperitoneal bladder rupture that was repaired during an exploratory laparotomy.

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