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Abusive Head Trauma in Infants and Children in Japan

Nonaka M, Asai A

Subdural hematoma in infants can be caused by abuse, and is thought to be more likely if subdural hematoma is associated with retinal hemorrhage and cerebral edema. In Japan, few...
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Diagnosis of Abusive Head Trauma : Neurosurgical Perspective

Kwak YH

Abusive head trauma (AHT) is the most severe form of physical abuse in children. Such injury involves traumatic damage to the head and/or spine of infants and young children. The...
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Head Injury during Childbirth

Chong S

Head injuries are the most common type of birth injuries. Among them, most of the injuries is limited to the scalp. and the prognosis is good enough to be unnoticed...
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Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury : The Epidemiology in Korea

Park ES, Yang HJ, Park JB

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the leading causes of death in the pediatric population in Korea. In addition, it can cause disability in children and adolescents, with physical...
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Pediatric Spine Trauma

An S, Hyun SJ

Pediatric spine has growth potential with incomplete ossification, and also unique biomechanics which have important implications for trauma patients. This article intends to review various aspects of pediatric spine trauma...
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Nuss Procedure for Surgical Stabilization of Anterior Flail Chest with Mechanical Ventilation Weaning Failure: A Case Report

Kim D, Yoon SK, Lee GD, Kim DK

Flail chest is a critical medical condition in which multiple segmentally fractured adjacent ribs cause paradoxical movement of the thoracic cage in patients with severe blunt trauma injury. Surgical stabilization...
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The role of internal jugular vein Doppler ultrasonography in predicting hypovolemic shock in polytrauma patients

Khajehpour H, Behzadnia MJ

Purpose: The aim of this study was to evaluate the accuracy of internal jugular vein (IJV) Doppler ultrasonography in predicting hypovolemic shock in polytrauma patients. Methods: This prospective observational study was...
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Obstetric Outcomes of Women Who Sustained Traumatic Spinal Injury during Pregnancy: A Systematic Review

Arsh A, Darain H

Literature regarding pregnant women who sustained traumatic spinal injury during pregnancy is limited. Existing papers are mainly case reports, and this indicates a need for more high-quality research evidence in...
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The influence of socioeconomic factors on deceased organ donation in Iran

Pourhosein E, Bagherpour F, Latifi M, Pourhosein M, Pourmand G, Namdari F, Pourmand N, Ghaffari P, Dehghani S

Background: There is a large gap between the number of patients on organ waiting lists and the number of available organs for donation. This study investigated the socioeconomic factors in...
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Predictive values of the Pediatric Penetrating Ocular Trauma Score and the Toddler/Infant Ocular Trauma Score in Brazilian children with open globe injury

Silva-Filho GV, Morgan-Kanada AM, Kasahara N

Objective This study compared the prognostic value of the Pediatric Penetrating Ocular Trauma Score (POTS) with the Toddler/Infant Ocular Trauma Score (TOTS) in a cohort of Brazilian children with open-globe...
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Analysis of road traffic accidents involving standing electric scooters reported in newspapers in Italy

Scquizzato T, Gamberini L, Stella F, Paoli A, Gazzato A, Forti A, Semeraro F

Objective As the use of electric scooters increased in Italy in the last years, we aimed to estimate the burden of accidents caused by this micro-mobility vehicle and identify characteristics,...
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Application of Computed Tomography in the Identification of Hollow Viscus Injuries in Blunt Trauma Patients

Kim HW, Park BR, Hong TH

Purpose: Despite advances in diagnostic and imaging technologies, the diagnosis of traumatic hollow viscus injury (HVI) remains a great challenge in clinical practice. This study aimed to determine the accuracy...
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Management of Traumatic Duodenal Injuries: A Report from a Single-Center

Kang SM, Kim Ik, Lee JG

Purpose: Traumatic duodenal injury is uncommon and due to its difficult diagnosis and accessibility there is an increased risk of mortality and morbidity. Methods: Electronic medical records of a single center...
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The Relationship Between the Oxytocin Level and Rejection Sensitivity, Childhood Traumas, and Attachment Styles in Borderline Personality Disorder

Kartal F, Uğur K, Mete B, Demirkol ME, Tamam L

Objective In this study, it is aimed to investigate the relationship between the oxytocin level and the rejection sensitivity, childhood mental traumas, and attachment styles in patients diagnosed with borderline...
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Transcanal Endoscopic Ear Surgery for The Management of Pediatric Perilymphatic Fistula Caused by Trauma

Lee SH, Park DH, Lee IW, Lee HM

Perilymphatic fistula (PLF) is caused by leakage of perilymph through an abnormal communication between the inner and middle ear. Conservative treatment is considered in the initial stages; however, exploratory tympanotomy...
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Traumatic abdominal wall hernia with hemoperitoneum caused by blunt injury: laparoscopic exploration with mini-laparotomy repair. A case report

Jeong E, Jang H, Jo Y, Park Y, Lee N, Kim J

Traumatic abdominal wall hernia is a very rare clinical entity. Herein, we report the case of a patient who was transferred from a local clinic to the emergency department because...
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Characteristics of injuries associated with electric personal mobility devices: a nationwide cross-sectional study in South Korea

Kim M, Suh D, Lee JH, Kwon H, Choi Y, Jeong J, Kim S, Hwang S, Park JW, Jo YH

Purpose: The increasing use of electric personal mobility devices (ePMDs) has been accompanied by an increasing incidence of associated accidents. This study aimed to investigate the characteristics of ePMD-related injuries...
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Validity of the scoring system for traumatic liver injury: a generalized estimating equation analysis

Lee K, Ryu D, Kim H, Jeon CH, Kim JH, Park CY, Yeom SR

Purpose: The scoring system for traumatic liver injury (SSTLI) was developed in 2015 to predict mortality in patients with polytraumatic liver injury. This study aimed to validate the SSTLI as...
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The prognostic usefulness of the lactate/albumin ratio for predicting multiple organ dysfunction syndrome in severe trauma

Han S, Chung SP, Choa M, You JS, Kong T, Park J, Park I

  • KMID: 2527380
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2022 Feb;33(1):45-60.
Objective: Early prediction of the multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) and providing early innovative treatment may improve outcomes in patients with severe trauma. Lactate and serum albumin levels, which are...
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Electrophysiological Changes Related to Childhood Trauma in Patients with Major Depressive Disorder: An Event-related Potential Study

Heo IS, Kwon YJ, Lee HY, Lee HS, Yoon HJ, Shim SH, Kim JS

Objective: Childhood trauma is the most important environmental factor for several psychiatric disorders. Depressed patients with childhood trauma appear to have severe symptoms that frequently recur. This study investigated whether...
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