Fat embolism studied in 100 patients dying after injury.

@article{Emson1958FatES,
  title={Fat embolism studied in 100 patients dying after injury.},
  author={H E Emson},
  journal={Journal of clinical pathology},
  year={1958},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={
          28-35
        }
}
  • H E Emson
  • Published 1958 in Journal of clinical pathology
The occurrence of fat embolism as a complication of traumatic injury was first recognized in the latter half of the nineteenth century. Much work has since been done on the condition and the literature is peculiarly rich in references. Wilson and Salisbury (1944) estimated their number at 600, and Warthin (1913) and Groskloss (193536) have reviewed the extensive lit:rature. Discussion has centred around four main points (1) the type of illness or injury commonly associated with fat embolism; (2… CONTINUE READING

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