Splenic injury is a common finding in patients after blunt abdominal trauma. Traetment of splenic rupture has been shifted from total splenectomy to nonoperative management (MOM) and conservative surgery (CS) in the absence of haemodynamic instability and other intrabdominal injuries requiring laparotomy. Controversy exits about selection of patients for NOM or CS.

Nonsurgical management of blunt splenic injury: our preliminary experience / Trenti, Loris; Ranieri, Valerio; Zaccherini, Luca; Sforza, N; Marcella, M; Bertocchi, C; Amorino, Mg; Righi, Elena; Rossi, Aldo. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DISASTER MEDICINE. - ISSN 1503-1438. - STAMPA. - 4:(2006), pp. 29-29. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 7Th European Congress of trauma and emergency surgery. tenutosi a Malmo, Svezia nel September 6-9.

Nonsurgical management of blunt splenic injury: our preliminary experience.

TRENTI, Loris;RANIERI, Valerio;ZACCHERINI, Luca;RIGHI, Elena;ROSSI, Aldo
2006

Abstract

Splenic injury is a common finding in patients after blunt abdominal trauma. Traetment of splenic rupture has been shifted from total splenectomy to nonoperative management (MOM) and conservative surgery (CS) in the absence of haemodynamic instability and other intrabdominal injuries requiring laparotomy. Controversy exits about selection of patients for NOM or CS.
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Trenti, Loris; Ranieri, Valerio; Zaccherini, Luca; Sforza, N; Marcella, M; Bertocchi, C; Amorino, Mg; Righi, Elena; Rossi, Aldo
Nonsurgical management of blunt splenic injury: our preliminary experience / Trenti, Loris; Ranieri, Valerio; Zaccherini, Luca; Sforza, N; Marcella, M; Bertocchi, C; Amorino, Mg; Righi, Elena; Rossi, Aldo. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DISASTER MEDICINE. - ISSN 1503-1438. - STAMPA. - 4:(2006), pp. 29-29. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 7Th European Congress of trauma and emergency surgery. tenutosi a Malmo, Svezia nel September 6-9.
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