Skip Navigation
Skip to contents
Results by Year

View Wide

Filter

ARTICLE TYPE

PUBLICATION DATE

73 results
Display

Cervical Pneumatocele as Delayed Manifestation of Tracheal Injury after Thyroidectomy: Case Series and Literature Review

Leong JE, Kok WL, Tan YL, Singh Mann B, Mahamad S

Delayed manifestation of surgical emphysema as cervical pneumatocele post thyroid surgery is rare and unexpected that which needs to be managed appropriately. Herein we report three cases of delayed tracheal...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
A Case of Neonatal Pneumomediastinum with Subcutaneous Emphysema Suspected to Be Caused by Pharyngoesophageal Injury

Lee SH, Kim JK

Iatrogenic esophageal perforation is a rare condition in children, but occasionally occurs in premature infants due to repeated intubation or nasogastric tube insertion. Esophageal perforation is common in pneumothorax and...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Life-threatening tension pneumothorax after unsuccessful tracheostomy tube exchange in a trauma patient - A case report -

Kwon MA, Cho C, Park JH

Background: Tracheostomy tube exchange is a common and safe procedure. However, when the tracheocutaneous tract is not completely mature, cannula exchange or endotracheal tube insertion via the tracheostomy site can...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Traumatic subcutaneous emphysema after liposuction

Kim KT, Sun H, Chung EH

Traumatic subcutaneous emphysema, which is the infiltration of air into subcutaneous tissues due to trauma, is caused by various factors such as chest and/or abdominal trauma, facial fractures, and barotrauma...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Subcutaneous emphysema and pneumomediastinum during dental treatment

Ko SY, Lee JH

Subcutaneous emphysema is a rare complication of maxillofacial and dental surgery, and may be life-threatening because it can rapidly spread to the scalp, neck, and chest. We report a case...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Subcutaneous emphysema related to dental procedures

Jeong CH, Yoon S, Chung SW, Kim JY, Park KH, Huh JK

OBJECTIVES: The objective of this study was to analyze 11 cases of subcutaneous emphysema associated with dental procedures from a single hospital and discuss approaches for accurate diagnosis and treatment...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Delayed diagnosis of postintubation tracheal laceration in a patient who underwent septorhinoplasty including osteotomy: A case report

Son HJ, Mun SJ, Koh JW, Kim TW, Ri HS, Kim HJ, Yeo GE, Lee DK, Choi YJ

Iatrogenic postintubation tracheal injury is a rare but potentially fatal complication associated with anesthesia. However, as signs of tracheal injury including subcutaneous emphysema, pneumomediastinum, pneumothorax, and respiratory distress may also...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Pneumoretroperitoneum, Pneumomediastinum, Pneumothorax, and Subcutaneous Emphysema after Diagnostic Colonoscopy

Lee HS, Park HH, Kim JS, Kang SH, Moon HS, Sung JK, Lee BS, Jeong HY

Colonoscopy is a commonly performed endoscopic procedure. Although it is generally considered to be safe, serious complications, such as colorectal perforation, can occur. Most colonic perforations are intraperitoneal and cause...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Pneumomediastinum and Pneumoretroperitoneum Induced by Foreign Body in Bronchus

Bang H, Kim SS

A 5-year-old boy was on medication after diagnosed with infantile spasm, and had regular diet with bedridden state. The patient had intermittent fever and cough lasting 1 week before admission....
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Pneumoperitoneum from Subcutaneous Emphysema after Blunt Chest Injury

Kang BH, Moon J

Pneumothorax and pneumomediastinum can cause pneumoperitoneum, which does not require surgery. There are unverified theories pertaining to how air passes through the diaphragm. We report a case of pneumoperitoneum caused...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Iatrogenic subcutaneous cervicofacial emphysema with pneumomediastinum after class V restoration

Lee SW, Huh YH, Cha MS

Subcutaneous facial emphysema after dental treatment is an uncommon complication caused by the invasion of high-pressure air; in severe cases, it can spread to the neck, mediastinum, and thorax, resulting...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Pneumoretroperitoneum, Pneumomediastinum, Subcutaneous Emphysema After a Rectal Endoscopic Mucosal Resection

Jung HC, Kim HJ, Ji SB, Cho JH, Kwak JH, Lee CM, Kim WS, Kim JJ, Lee JM, Lee SS

An endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) is an effective and safe therapeutic technique for treating a patient with a laterally-spreading tumor (LST). Colonoscopic-procedure-related complications are noted to be about 2.8% worldwide,...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
A Case of Pneumorrhachis Associated with Spontaneous Pneumomediastinum and Subcutaneous Emphysema

Lee DG, Jung JG, Park JO, Kim MR

Pneumorrhachis or epidural emphysema is an uncommon finding observed in the spinal epidural space. Pneumorrhachis could be occasionally associated with pneumomediastinum or pneumothorax or subcutaneous emphysema. Probably this results from...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Spontaneous Retropharyngeal and Mediastinal Emphysema

Cho DY, Aaron GP, Shepard KG

A 14-year-old girl with no significant medical history presented at Emergency Department with sore throat and odynophagia after one episode of nonviolent coughing. She denied any respiratory distress, voice change,...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Vacuum-assisted Closure Therapy for Treating Patients with Severe Subcutaneous Emphysema

Oh TH, Lee SC, Lee DH, Cho JY

Subcutaneous emphysema is a benign condition following trauma (pneumothorax and oropharyngeal), cervical or thoracic procedures, and mediastinal infection. However, severe subcutaneous emphysema may be related to serious complications such as...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Spontaneous Pneumomediastinum: An Unusual Pulmonary Complication in Anorexia Nervosa

Lee KJ, Yum HK, Park IN

Spontaneous pneumomediastinum (PM) is an uncommon condition in which free air enters the mediastinum. This usually occurs either through esophageal tears after vigorous vomiting, or after alveolar rupture subsequent to...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
A Facial Subcutaneous Emphysema after Using a Fish Cake Skewer: Case Report

Park SJ, Chi YH, Kim SH

Cervicofacial subcutaneous emphysema is a rare complication mainly resulting from dental procedures. The majority of cases are self-limiting and benign in clinical nature. However, although entry sites may be quite...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Two Cases of Newly Diagnosed Asthma with Spontaneous Pneumomediastinum During Asthma Exacerbation

Lee JY, Yoon SW, Gu KM, Kim JS, Choi JC, Shin JW, Kim JY, Park IW, Choi BW, Jung JW

Pneumomediastinum, a condition in which air is present in the mediastinum, is generally regarded as a benign, self-limited process. Rare life-threatening causes such as esophageal rupture must be excluded. A...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Two Cases of Pneumothorax and Subcutaneous Emphysema Associated with Removal of Neglected Tracheal Foreign Body

Seo JW, Lee DK, Hong JC, Park HS

Tracheal foreign body aspiration, which most commonly occurs in the pediatric population, can lead to a life-threatening event. In many pediatric cases it is difficult to confirm a history of...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Tracheal injury as a perforation of a newly formed tracheal diverticulum after tracheal intubation: A case report

Kang Y, Lee YK, Lee HS, Chae YK, Lee SE, Min J

Although tracheal injury after tracheal intubation has been reported often, the formation of acquired tracheal diverticulum as the complications of intubation has not been reported before. In a 57-year-old woman,...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close

Go to Top

Copyright © 2022 by Korean Association of Medical Journal Editors. All rights reserved.     E-mail: koreamed@kamje.or.kr