Traumatismes abdominaux : les lésions élémentaires

@inproceedings{RidereauZins2008TraumatismesA,
  title={Traumatismes abdominaux : les l{\'e}sions {\'e}l{\'e}mentaires},
  author={Catherine Ridereau-Zins and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Lebigot and Guillaume Bouhours and C. Casa and Christophe Aub{\'e}},
  year={2008}
}
Abdominal injuries are more often observed in the setting of polytrauma. Detection and accurate description of hemoperitoneum, solid organ injuries (contusion, hematoma, laceration, fracture), bowel perforation and arterial bleeding allow optimal multidisciplinary management. Mesenteric and bowel injuries are often difficult to diagnose and may be masked by the presence of more frequent injuries (spleen, liver). MDCT is the gold standard imaging modality for severe blunt abdominal trauma. 

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