14 May 2014 . SOLID ORGAN INJURIES FOLLOWING ABDOMINAL TRAUMA . The SPLENORRAHPHY • Parenchyma saving operation of spleen • The technique is .. by abdominal compression accurately in hollow organs can lead to.
5 Jan 2009 . Closed Abdominal Injuries <ul><li>Classification of Abdominal trauma . of different organ injuries <ul><li>Parenchymal organ injury hollow.
The widely accepted Organ Injury Scale is based on anatomical criteria that tify the disruption of the liver parenchyma and defines six groups which may.
[1,2] The anterior location in the abdominal cavity and fragile parenchyma with easily . Retroperitonial injuries and hollow viscus injuries can also be missed by.
The spleen is the most frequently injured intraabdominal organ in children. . are two techniques used to control bleeding while preserving splenic parenchyma. .. or liver, hollow viscous injury, rib fractures, and thoracic vertebral fractures.
Hollow viscus injury; Solid organ injuries . Mechanisms of injury; Pneumothorax; Haemothorax; Rib fractures; Lung parenchymal injury; Flail chest; Pericardial.
28 Jun 2010 . Surgery is necessary if there is parenchymal destruction and injury to hilar vessels  an injury involving multiple vessels, associated hollow.
25 Oct 2016 . (See "Overview of blunt abdominal trauma in children" and "Hollow viscus . parenchyma has a rich blood supply so that parenchymal injuries.
However, serious injuries of the hepatic parenchyma associated or not to vascular . must be extensively inspected for injury, including hollow and solid viscera.
Grade II injuries are characterized by parenchymal laceration 1–3 cm deep and ... method when evaluating a patient with possible hollow viscus injury. In the.
Cranial gun shot injuries are a form of penetrating traumatic brain injuries, which are . without penetrating the brain parenchyma but may result in scalp injury, skull . especially in incomplete metal jacket bullets (e.g. hollow point tip) that are.
27 Jan 2015 . Pancreatic injury is a relative enigma, even in modern medical practice . parenchymal hematoma, parenchymal edema, fluid in the lesser sac,.
These include reports of fatal internal hemorrhage secondary to liver parenchymal injury,8 hollow organ rupture,9 and rupture of both liver and spleen in a single.