reuiews Blunt Myocardial Injury *


a steering wheel followed by sudden deceleration is a common event. One of the most feared complications of chest trauma is myocardial contusion, which implies necrosis with or without hemorrhage into the myocar¬ dium.' Patients who survive the initial trauma can present with life-threatening injuries and hemody¬ namic compromise. However, the extent of the inves¬ tigation and management of the less symptomatic, hemodynamically stable patients remains controver¬ sial.

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@inproceedings{Feghali2007reuiewsBM, title={reuiews Blunt Myocardial Injury *}, author={Nassif T . Feghali and Louis Michael Prisant}, year={2007} }