Corpus ID: 2835823

[Successful re-reconstruction for complete disruption of the right main bronchus by blunt chest trauma].

@article{Koizumi1990SuccessfulRF,
  title={[Successful re-reconstruction for complete disruption of the right main bronchus by blunt chest trauma].},
  author={K. Koizumi and T. Shoji and S. Tanaka and S. Osaka and M. Shioda and K. Mashiko},
  journal={[Zasshi] [Journal]. Nihon Kyobu Geka Gakkai},
  year={1990},
  volume={38 1},
  pages={
          165-70
        }
}
A 22 year-old man was brought to our hospital about twenty-three minutes following a high-speed motorbicycle accident in which he had blunt chest trauma. He was in severe respiratory distress with marked dyspnea and restless with extensive subcutaneous emphysema involving anterior chest wall, cervical and bilateral inguinal regions. A chest X-ray revealed bilateral pneumothorax involving mediastinal emphysema and also fracture of right submandibular and clavicula. In spite of orotracheal… Expand
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