The gluteal compartment syndrome

Hill, Stephen L.; Bianchi, Joseph
September 1997
American Surgeon;Sep97, Vol. 63 Issue 9, p823
Academic Journal
Presents case of gluteal compartment syndrome that was missed at another hospital in an acute setting and manifested all of the complications associated with a compartment syndrome. Complication of gluteal compartment; Case report of the patient.


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