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Symptomatic Isolated Celiac Artery Dissection following Blunt Trauma

Lee SB, Jung HJ, Kim JH

An isolated splanchnic artery injury due to blunt trauma occurs rarely because abdominal vascular injuries are typically associated with injuries to the surrounding abdominal structures, including solid organs or hollow...
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Spontaneous Retroperitoneal Hemorrhage Caused by Idiopathic Acquired Hemophilia A Misdiagnosed as a Delayed Traumatic Hematoma: A Case Report

Kim SH, Park SJ, Park CI, Choi SU, Kim JH

Acquired hemophilia A (AHA) is a rare disease where typically coagulation factor VIII is inhibited by autoantibodies. It occurs in patients with no personal or familial history of bleeding. In...
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Nontraumatic Splenic Rupture due to Infectious Mononucleosis

Frank EA, LaFleur JR, Okosun S

A 19-year-old otherwise healthy male presented to the Emergency Department with left upper quadrant abdominal pain having felt a “pop” in his abdomen which was followed by nausea and lightheadedness....
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Delayed Small Bowel Ischemia following Minor Mesenteric Injury

Kim GH, Kim JH, Lee SB

We report a case of delayed presentation of small bowel ischemia following minor mesenteric injury after blunt abdominal trauma. Traumatic small bowel and/or mesenteric injury is rare, and minor mesenteric...
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Surgical Management of Intestinal Obstruction from Phytobezoar

Tang MH, Heng G

PURPOSE: Phytobezoar is the most common type of bezoar, which can occasionally present as an intestinal obstruction. In this study, the surgical experience and outcome in the management of intestinal...
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Evaluation of Medical Emergency Team Activation in Surgical Wards

Choi MS, Lee DS, Park CM

PURPOSE: A review was performed to determine the frequency of activating medical emergency teams (MET) in surgical wards, so that resource allocation could be optimized. METHODS: A retrospective observational study was...
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Inhalation Sedation: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Mo J

PURPOSE: The safety and effectiveness of inhalation sedation, a technique that enables sedation using the inhalation of an anesthetic in an out-of-theater environment was evaluated in this study. METHODS: Electronic literature...
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Management of an Open Abdomen Considering Trauma and Abdominal Sepsis: A Single-Center Experience

Choi YU, Lee SH, Lee JG

PURPOSE: To describe the experience of patients over a 7-year period who have had open abdomen (OA) surgery, at a tertiary university hospital. METHODS: The medical records of 59 patients, who...
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The Benefits and Risks of Performing Incidental Appendectomy

Lee JY, Sul YH, Ye JB, Go SJ, Lee JS, Kim HR, Yoon SY, Kim JS

Acute appendicitis is the most common indication for emergency abdominal surgery worldwide. The risks and benefits of incidental appendectomy during other operations have been debated for over a century. There...
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Acute Appendicitis

Kojima D, Leppäniemi A, Hasegawa S

Acute appendicitis (AA) is one of the most common causes of acute abdominal pain, which can progress to perforation of the appendix and peritonitis. Recently, AA has been classified into...
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