The aimof this paper is to study the epidemiological, clinical and therapeutic aspects of abdominal contusions in the surgical department at Lome Teaching. Les lésions intestinales secondaires aux contusions abdominales sont de diagnostic difficile. Elles imposent une prise en charge chirurgicale. L’observation d’une thrombose cave inférieure diagnostiquée par uroscanner à l’ occasion d’une contusion abdominale avec traumatisme rénal est rapportée.

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Most deaths resulting from abdominal trauma are preventable; [5] abdominal trauma is one of the most common causes of preventable, trauma-related deaths. Total splenectomy in case of splenic injury is integrated in a strategy of radical treatment in absence of appropriate follow-up facilities. Oxford Handbook of Emergency Medicine. Traffic accidents present the most frequent etiology. Prevention of traffic accidents remains an important chapter in the fight against mortality and morbidity associated to abdominal contusions.

Les contusions abdominales dans les services de chirurgie au chu de Lome Etude epidemiologique, clinique et therapeutique. Abdominal trauma is an injury to the abdomen. In penetrating injuries, an evisceration protrusion of internal organs out of a wound may be present.


In Baker, Qassim; Aldoori, Munther. The emergency context and shortage of facilities have complicated the diagnostic procedure of abdominal contusions in our region. Parmi eux, il y avait trois cas de plaie aortique et trois cas de traumatismes abdominaale du bassin.

Mechanisms, clinical pictures and the management are discussed.

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The characteristics of the injury are determined in part by which organ or organs are injured. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews Management of Abdominal Trauma”. Top of the page — Article Outline. Contuison or more of the intra-abdominal organs may be injured in abdominal trauma.

Views Read Edit View history. Signs and symptoms include abdominal paintendernessrigidity, and bruising contusjon the external abdomen. The Doppler exam confirmed the floating character of the clot.

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Most deaths resulting from vontusion trauma are preventable; [5] abdominal trauma is one of the most common causes of preventable, trauma-related deaths. Arch Surg ; Initial imaging assessment of severe blunt trauma.

Abdominal trauma resulting in a right kidney contusion open arrow and blood surrounding the kidney closed arrow as seen on CT. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Log in or Register to qbdominale access to full text downloads. Contusion abdominale and symptoms include abdominal paintendernessrigidity, and bruising of the external abdomen.

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Abdominal trauma is divided into blunt and penetrating types.

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En etil existait respectivement 84 et 91 victimes. All patients were operated. Traumatic thrombosis of vena cava is rare. Support Center Support Center.

Contusion abdominale in penetrating abdominal trauma: Retrieved from ” https: Spleen is the most common cause of massive bleeding in blunt abdominal trauma to a solid organ.

Creating downloadable prezi, be patient. Abdominal trauma can be life-threatening because abdominal organs, especially those in the retroperitoneal spacecan bleed profusely, and the space can hold a great deal of blood.

A retrospective multicentric vontusion about cases. Parmi eux, il y avait trois cas de plaie aortique et trois cas de traumatismes contision du bassin. Pan Afr Med J.

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Support Center Support Center. Spleen is the most commonly injured organ. Principles Advanced trauma life support Trauma surgery Trauma center Trauma team Damage control surgery Early appropriate abdomknale.

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