[Laryngeal fractures due presumably to tracheal intubation in resuscitation].

Abstract

In three autopsy cases performed in our department, we observed the throat-skeleton fractures occurring presumably during the tracheal intubation in resuscitation. Case 1. 63-year-old man died of acute hemorrhagic pancreatitis shortly after the quarrel with a suspected person. The autopsy examination showed the fractured hyoid bone with haemorrhage at the… (More)

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@article{Hashimoto1992LaryngealFD, title={[Laryngeal fractures due presumably to tracheal intubation in resuscitation].}, author={Yoshiaki Hashimoto and Yasunari Nagasaki and Akira Nakanishi}, journal={Nihon hoigaku zasshi = The Japanese journal of legal medicine}, year={1992}, volume={46 2}, pages={159-64} }