The role of oral contrast administration immediately prior to the computed tomographic evaluation of the blunt trauma victim.


BACKGROUND It is unclear whether the administration of oral contrast followed by immediate computerised tomographic (CT) scanning presents a significant risk of aspiration and whether it is useful in the diagnosis of hollow viscus injury. OBJECTIVE Determine the number of intestinal perforations diagnosed by oral contrast enhanced CT scans for blunt… (More)


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