Spontaneous Esophageal Rupture: A Frequently Missed Diagnosis

Lemke, Thomas; Jagminas, Liudvikas
May 1999
American Surgeon;May1999, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p449
Academic Journal
Presents a study that determined the diagnostic features of spontaneous esophageal rupture. Lists of presenting complaints; Results of the arterial blood gas examination; Details on several admission diagnoses.


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