Pancreatic Injuries Resulting from Penetrating Trauma: A Multi-Institution Review

Young Jr., Peter R.; Meredith, J. Wayne; Baker, Christopher C.; Thomason, Michael H.; Chang, Michael C.
September 1998
American Surgeon;Sep1998, Vol. 64 Issue 9, p838
Academic Journal
Evaluate trends in the operative management of pancreatic injury from penetrating trauma. Morbidity and mortality resulting from such injuries; Death due to associated organ or vascular injury; Reduction of long-term complications with appropriate management of the injury; Recommended treatment of patients with suspected ductal injuries by appropriate resection.


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