[Trampoline accident with anterior knee dislocation caused popliteal artery disruption].

Abstract

Only a few reports describe the risk of neurovascular damage following knee dislocation while trampolining. A 16 year-old male in a trampoline accident, sustained multi-ligament damage and occlusion of the popliteal artery. The occlusion did not show clinically until 24 hours after the trauma. He underwent vascular surgery (short saphenous bypass). We… (More)

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@article{Pedersen2011TrampolineAW, title={[Trampoline accident with anterior knee dislocation caused popliteal artery disruption].}, author={Peter Heide Pedersen and Annette Langager H\ogh}, journal={Ugeskrift for laeger}, year={2011}, volume={173 42}, pages={2651-3} }