1. Blunt Trauma to the Neck Presenting as Dysphonia and Dysphagia in a Healthy Young Woman; A Rare Case of Traumatic Laryngocele

Saptarshi Biswas; Manick Saran

Volume 8, Issue 2 , April 2020, , Pages 129-131

Abstract
  Laryngocele is not a common clinical entity that presents itself in a trauma setting. In the literature, there are currently two types of laryngocele, internal and mixed. Laryngocele may be congenital or acquired, and most often will present later in life. Traumatic laryngocele has only been reported ...  Read More

2. Isolated, Closed Superficial Femoral Artery Rupture without Fracture Following Blunt Trauma; A Case Report and Literature Review

Deepak Kumar; Praveen Sodavarapu

Volume 8, Issue 2 , April 2020, , Pages 125-128

Abstract
  Injury to the femoral artery usually occurs either in open penetrating injuries or in association with fractures, but is unlikely with closed blunt trauma without fracture. We reported a 24-year-old female with a right-sided closed complete rupture of the superficial femoral artery without any bone injury ...  Read More

3. Non-Operative Management of Blunt Liver Trauma: Safety, Efficacy and Complications of a Standardized Treatment Protocol

Antonio Brillantino; Francesca Iacobellis; Patrizio Festa; Arianna Mottola; Ciro Acampora; Fabio Corvino; Santolo Del Giudice; Michele Lanza; Mariano Armellino; Raffaella Niola; Luigia Romano; Maurizio Castriconi; Maurizio De Palma; Giuseppe Noschese

Volume 7, Issue 1 , January 2019, , Pages 49-54

Abstract
  Objective: To evaluate the safety and effectiveness of NOM (nonoperative management) in the treatment of blunt liver trauma, following a standardized treatment protocol.Methods: All the hemodynamically stable patients with computed tomography (CT) diagnosis of blunt liver trauma underwent NOM. It included ...  Read More

4. Ruptured Cystic Mesothelioma Diagnosed after Blunt Trauma; Case Report and Literature Review

Francisco Igor B. Macedo; Alice J. Race; Laszlo M. Hoesel

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, , Pages 244-247

Abstract
  The majority of blunt trauma is secondary to motor vehicle crashes,especially in those wearing seatbelts or sitting in the front or passenger seat location.Hollow viscus gastrointestinal injuries occur more frequently in small bowel, followed by colorectal, duodenum, stomach and appendix. A 25-year-old ...  Read More

5. The Etiology, Associated Injuries and Clinical Presentation of Post Traumatic Diaphragmatic Hernia

Farooq Ahmad Gaine; Ghulam Nabi Lone; Mushtaq Ahmad Chowdhary; Hafeezula Lone

Volume 1, Issue 2 , April 2013, , Pages 76-80

Abstract
  Objectives: The aim of this study was to evaluate the etiology, associated injurers and clinical presentation of post traumatic diaphragmatic hernia.Methods: This study was a cross-sectional study being conducted in the department of Cardiovascular, thoracic surgery (CVTS) and Pediatric Surgery, Sher-i-Kashmir ...  Read More