[Blunt abdominal trauma.--analysis of 201 cases (author's transl)].

Abstract

201 blunt abdominal traumata treated clinically at the surgical department of the Medical Academy in Erfurt from 1967 to 1976 are reported: No increase of blunt abdominal traumata within the period of the report in spite of considerable growth of trafficdensity and industrialization could be observed.--The percentage of severe secundary injuries remained approximately constant, too.--Intestinal lesions, combined hepatolienal ruptures caused the highest mortality especially in combination with severe craniocerebral lesions.

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@article{Pannenborg1978BluntAT, title={[Blunt abdominal trauma.--analysis of 201 cases (author's transl)].}, author={G Pannenborg and Olaf Wolf and P. Voigtsberger}, journal={Zentralblatt für Chirurgie}, year={1978}, volume={103 13}, pages={881-6} }