Abdominal trauma

Abdominal trauma is usually divided into blunt and penetrating trauma.

Findings of abdominal trauma

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rID: 51343
Section: Gamuts
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    Case 1: haemoperitoneum
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    Case 2: splenic trauma
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    Case 3: liver laceration - grade IV
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    Case 4: renal trauma: AAST grade V injury
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    Case 5: pancreatic laceration
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    Case 6: traumatic bowel perforation
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    Case 7: traumatic adrenal haemorrhage
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    Case 8: traumatic intraperitoneal bladder rupture
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    Case 9: traumatic abdominal aortic injury
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    Case 10: rectus sheath haematoma
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    Case 11: diaphrgmatic rupture
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    Case 12: traumatic retroperitoneal haemorrhage
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