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Featured Article: Haemothorax

Haemothorax

Haemothorax is a collection of blood in the pleural space and may be caused by blunt or penetrating trauma. Most haemothoraces are the result of rib fractures, lung parenchymal and minor venous injuries, and as such are self-limiting. Less commonly there is an arterial injury, which is more likely to require surgical repair.

 

Featured Images

  • A Traumatic Frontal Epidural Haematoma

    A CT scan of the Head

    Dr. Luis Rafael Moscote-Salazar, Neurosurgeon, Universidad de Cartagena, Colombia.

  • knee-spanning external fixator

    Jan Duijff, trauma fellow


  • Aortic Arch stab wound - Pledget repair

    Cervicosternotomy revealing haematoma in aorta, innominate trunk and left common carotid artery

    César Benítez Pozo ,Victor Vasquez ,Pamela Pedrero ,José Salinas .Equipo Cirugia Torax y Cardiaca y S Urgencia Hospital San Juan de Dios Universidad de Chile .Santiago de Chile


  • Paediatric C2 fracture-dislocation

    Paediatric C2 fracture dislocation (X-ray)

    Dr Setthabutr Eaupanitcharoen, M.D. Trauma Division,Department of Surgery, Maharat Nakornratchasima Hospital, Nakornratchasima, Thailand


  • Bladder rupture following blunt abdominal injury

    Traumatic bladder rupture

    Gabriel Mejia MD, SF-COT-ACS. Hospital General Balbuena. Mexico city

  • Fracture-dislocation of the thoracolumbar spine (T12-L1) CT reconstruction

    Fracture-dislocation of the thoracolumbar spine CT

    Cedillo J., Bolaños R.



Community

Recent Entries from Blogs

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Prehospital rapid sequence intubation improves functional outcome for severe traumatic brain injury

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UK National Audit Office Reports on Major Trauma

Trauma-List

Recent Comments

Dec 02, 2014, mdehbozorgi, [Case Presentations]

Bilateral lower extremity gunshot wound with arterial and venous injury

fantastic

Nov 27, 2014, kz123, [Images]

Paediatric C2 fracture-dislocation

Sorry, for not answering your question for years!

Patient died about 5 days later.

Jun 04, 2014, Clara Carol, [Articles]

Orthopaedic Trauma Sciences International Distance-Learning Masters Programme

Nice to read that “Orthopaedic Trauma Sciences International Distance-Learning Masters Programme” has launched. It will be helpful for medical;l practitioners who were seeking admissions. It…

Apr 06, 2014, biser1965, [Images]

Cervicotrochanteric Fracture

I think that PFN is the best

Mar 18, 2014, grzech20005, [Trauma Research Blog]

Prehospital rapid sequence intubation improves functional outcome for severe traumatic brain injury

I agree, the trials are not conducted properly hence not large enough to understand the outcome..