External laryngotracheal trauma

  title={External laryngotracheal trauma},
  author={Davorin Dani{\'c} and Drago Prgomet and Alen Sekelj and Krunoslav Jakovina and Ana Dani{\'c}},
  journal={European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and Head & Neck},
Differences in acute external injuries of the larynx and cervical trachea between peacetime and war trauma were studied. Twenty-six patients with peacetime injuries and 39 patients with war injuries were retrospectively analyzed. The incidence of peacetime laryngotracheal injuries was 0.91% of the total number of patients hospitalized for head and neck injuries. In the groups of wounded in action (WIA) and killed in action (KIA) with head and neck war injuries, the incidence of laryngotracheal… CONTINUE READING


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