blunt trauma

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injury incurred when the human body hits or is hit by a large outside object (as a car)

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In the literature, PTAE experience is very limited in renal injury caused by blunt abdominal trauma in children (29, 31, 32).
An accurate, noninvasive diagnostic technique is needed in this condition because blunt abdominal trauma is usually managed conservatively with the seldom need for exploratory laparotomy.
Clinical applications of contrast-enhanced ultrasound in the pediatric work-up of focal liver lesions and blunt abdominal trauma: A systematic review.
Diagnostic accuracy of secondary ultrasound exam in blunt abdominal trauma. Indian J Raiol 2014; 11.
Duodenal injuries caused by blunt abdominal trauma: value of CT in differentiating perforation from hematoma.
Diagnostic imaging of blunt abdominal trauma in pediatric patients.
TAWHs are a rare sequelae of blunt abdominal trauma with an estimated incidence of 0.07% in a large single-center retrospective analysis of CT scans performed for blunt trauma [8].
Fakhry, "Colon injury after blunt abdominal trauma: Results of the east multi-institutional hollow viscus injury study," Journal of Trauma, vol.
pedestrian, MVC: Motor-vehicle collision, NAT: Non-accidental trauma, ATV: All-terrain vehicle, BAT: Blunt abdominal trauma, MBC: Motor-bike collision.
In blunt abdominal trauma, including severe solid organ injuries, selective nonoperative management has become the standard of care.
Albeit rare, blunt abdominal trauma is a well-recognized risk factor for development of PVT; therefore, we believe that it is important to consider PVT in differential diagnosis of abdominal pain in a healthy person practicing BJJ or other contact sports associated with repetitive abdominal traumas.
Guraya, "Computed tomography for pancreatic injuries in pediatric blunt abdominal trauma," World Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery, vol.
He was brought in by EMS and had sustained polytrauma including head injury, blunt abdominal trauma and pelvic fracture.
Again, CT findings in a pediatric group with blunt abdominal trauma were evaluated by Taylor et al.
Prospective study of computed tomography in initial management of blunt abdominal trauma. J Trauma 1986;26(7):585-592.