blunt trauma

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Noun1.blunt trauma - injury incurred when the human body hits or is hit by a large outside object (as a car)
harm, hurt, injury, trauma - any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.
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In this population abdominal trauma is the third most common cause of death in children older than 1 year, after head and thoracic injuries (1).
Surgery is a widely accepted method for the treatment of penetrating abdominal trauma. However, in appropriate candidates who are hemodynamically stable and free of injury to the gastrointestinal tract, non-operative management (NOM) can be chosen for penetrating liver injury (3).
If your cat has abdominal trauma and requires surgery, a rupture may be noted during the surgery," says James Flanders DVM DACVS, Associate Professor of Small Animal Surgery at the Cornell University School of Veterinary Medicine.
Based on the death certificate, Tabuntildear's cause of death was septic shock, with pneumonia as antecedent cause and blunt abdominal trauma as underlying cause.
for septic shock, pneumonia and blunt abdominal trauma
Hydatid cyst rupture due to strenuous physical activity, abdominal trauma, or surgical trauma is a well-known etiology of anaphylaxis (2, 4).
(2) Herein, we present a 14-year-old boy with small bowel evisceration caused by blunt abdominal trauma following a bicycle handlebar injury.
Diaphragmatic rupture often occurs after blunt abdominal trauma, for example, after a motor vehicle accident.
Objective: Surgical adhesions are a consequence of abdominal trauma during surgery.
The patient had suffered a blunt abdominal trauma at work one month prior to his presentation.
The use of the focused assessment with sonography for trauma in blunt abdominal trauma for the recognition of hemoperitoneum is well established with high specificity, but it is not sufficient to exclude parenchymal injuries, as the parenchymal injury may present without hemoperitoneum.
Evaluation of emergency management of organ injuries and sequelae in penetrating and non-penetrating abdominal trauma in patients admitted in trauma ward of Government Chengalpattu Medical College Hospital.