Radiological, clinical, and biomechanical aspects of chest trauma
This monograph discusses the biomechanics, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations and radiologic evaluation of patients with a wide variety of thorarcic injuries. It is designed to be used as a practical guide by physicians who deal with these patients on a daily basis.
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Injuries from Blunt and Penetrating Chest Trauma
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abdominal acute airway obstruction alveolar aorta aortic rupture areas arrowheads arrows artery aspiration associated injuries atelectasis blunt chest trauma bullet cardiac caused cervical chest radiograph shows chest tube chest wall chest X-ray clinical compression CT scan damage decompression sickness decrease demonstrate density diagnosis diaphragm diaphragm rupture diaphragmatic displacement disruption esophageal perforation evaluation frontal chest radiograph hematoma hemidiaphragm hemorrhage hemothorax herniated increased intervertebral disks intra-abdominal intrathoracic lateral decubitus ligaments lung mediastinal mediastinum motor vehicle accident myocardial contusion near-drowning neurologic noncardiogenic pulmonary edema nonspecific normal occur parenchymal penetrating trauma performed pericardial physical examination plain film pleural effusion pleural space pneumomediastinum pneumothorax posterior pressure produce pulmonary contusion radiographic abnormalities Radiology respiratory rib fractures right hemidiaphragm seen significant smoke inhalation soft tissue spinal cord spine fractures structures subcutaneous emphysema Supine frontal chest Surg syndrome thoracic spine thoracic trauma thoracotomy toxic tracheobronchial traumatic aortic rupture traumatic rupture upper usually vascular vertebral bodies