Difference in the outcome of patients managed with isolated renal injury and co-existent abdominal organ injury.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Involvement of associated intra-abdominal organs like spleen; pancreas, bowel and liver with renal injuries have a higher rate of open operative management. This is often done to avert the potential of peri-renal infection and subsequent risk of secondary hemorrhage of the injured kidney after intra-abdominal surgery. With this background we… (More)

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@article{Noor2003DifferenceIT, title={Difference in the outcome of patients managed with isolated renal injury and co-existent abdominal organ injury.}, author={Muhamad Noor and M. Hammad Ather}, journal={Journal of Ayub Medical College, Abbottabad : JAMC}, year={2003}, volume={15 1}, pages={29-32} }