Mediastinal Evaluation Utilizing the Reverse Trendelenburg Radiograph

Barker, Donald E.; Crabtree Jr., J. Dennie; White, James E.; Somberg, Lewis B.; Burns, R. Phillip
May 1999
American Surgeon;May1999, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p484
Academic Journal
Presents a study that evaluated reverse Trendelenburg anteroposterior chest placed in a mediastinal structure. Summary of the radiographic findings of aortic injury; Discussion of the findings.


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