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Bicanalicular Intubation to Repair Canalicular Laceration Guided by 6-0 Prolene with Pigtail Probe

Jun SY, Lee BR, Choi YJ, Lee SU, Kim SC

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Laparoscopic distal pancreatosplenectomy for isolated blunt traumatic pancreatic laceration: A case report and review of current literature

Chin KM, Koh YX, Goh BK

Pancreatic injuries are often associated with trauma and occur most commonly in combination with other solid organ injuries. Management strategies for pancreatic injuries include conservative, endoscopic, percutaneous and surgical intervention....
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Laparoscopy in Blunt Abdominal Trauma: Diaphragmatic and Bladder Lacerations Repair

Martins R, Santos MD, Revez T

The growing use of laparoscopy in elective surgery has led to its increase utilization in emergency surgery. However, the employment of laparoscopy in abdominal trauma is still unusual. Here in...
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The Successful Removal of a Foreign Body in the Spleen via Diaphragm Laceration Site by Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery

Jeon YB, Hyun SY, Ma DS

A 73-year-old man, who, in an inebriated state, had slipped in a f lowerbed and was wounded on the left f lank, was transferred to Trauma Center, Gil Medical Center,...
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Updates in emergency department laceration management

Otterness , J Singer A

Lacerations are a common reason for patients to seek medical attention, and are often acutely managed in the emergency department. Recent studies pertaining to closure techniques, sedation and analgesia, advances...
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Locking horizontal mattress suture as the alternative closure method for scalp lacerations difficult to suture with staple

Sah SW, Seol S, Lee WJ, Woo SH, Kim DH, Lee JY, In S, Kim B

OBJECTIVE: This paper reports the possibility of using of a locking horizontal mattress suture technique in repairing lacerations that are difficult to suture with staples. METHODS: Data were collected retrospectively over...
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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...
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Common Carotid Artery Laceration Managed by Clamping at Emergency Department

Choi YU, Kim K, Kim S, Bae K, Jang JY, Jung PY, Shim H, Kwon KY

Common carotid artery laceration is a life-threatening injury by causing hypovolemic shock. Nevertheless the initial management is very difficult until definitive surgery at operation room. Before neck exploration at operation...
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Comparison of sedation outcome according to the dose of chloral hydrate in children requiring laceration repair

Seo BK, Kim A, Jung HM, Kim AJ, Han SB

PURPOSE: To compare the sedation outcome according to the dose of per os chloral hydrate in children who underwent laceration repair in the emergency department (ED). METHODS: This retrospective study was...
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Unusual Presentation of Traumatic Neuroma of the Medial Plantar Nerve after Deep Laceration Mimicking a Foreign Body Granuloma: A Case Report

Woo SH, Kim TW, Bae JY

Traumatic neuromas are rare benign tumors that are common after trauma or surgery and are usually accompanied by obvious symptoms of pain. Most reports show neuromas in the face, neck,...
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Management of Perirectal Laceration without Fecal Diversion: A Case Report

Cho DH, Lee SH, Jung MJ, Lee JG

Clinical research on multiple lacerations of perineum or buttock is sparse and rare so limited to case reports. But a missed rectal injury combined bladder or vessel can have devastating...
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Delayed Death Due to Aortic Laceration after Chest Blunt Trauma: An Autopsy Case

Na JY

A traumatic aortic injury due to blunt chest trauma is well recognized. However, a delayed death due to an aortic laceration after blunt chest trauma is very rare. A 49-year-old...
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Delayed retropneumoperitoneum following vaginal laceration in a 7-year-old girl

Min KJ, Im H, Lee S, Hong JH, Song JY, Lee JK, Lee NW

We describe an unusual case of delayed retropneumoperitoneum caused by a deep vaginal laceration as a result trauma from a water jet in a fountain. A 7-year-old premenarcheal girl presented...
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A clinical study of emergency room visits for oral and maxillofacial lacerations

Park KH, Song JM, Hwang DS, Kim YD, Shin SH, Kim UK, Lee JY

OBJECTIVES: This study investigated patients with oral and maxillofacial lacerations who visited the emergency room over a three-year period in an effort to determine the optimal treatment for these injuries. MATERIALS...
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The Usefulness of Leukosan SkinLink for Simple Facial Laceration Repair in the Emergency Department

Kim H, Kim J, Choi J, Jung W

BACKGROUND: Repair of facial laceration in the emergency department can pose a number of difficulties. Children can be uncooperative, but adults can also be if they have sustained head trauma...
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Subclavian Artery Laceration Caused by Pigtail Catheter Removal in a Patient with Pneumothorax

Kim HJ, Cho YH, Suh GY, Yang JH, Jeon K

We report a case of subclavian artery laceration caused by the removal of a pigtail pleural drainage catheter in a patient with a pneumothorax. The patient was successfully resuscitated through...
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Clinical Characteristic and Psychiatric Features of Self-Inflicted Wrist Laceration: A Single Institute Retrospective Study

Cho HE, Roh SG, Lee NH, Yang KM

PURPOSE: Self-inflicted wrist laceration is a common injury in the department of hand surgery. The aim of this study was to investigate the clinical characteristics and psychiatric features of self-inflicted...
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Analysis of Patients with Facial Lacerations Repaired in the Emergency Room of a Provincial Hospital

Lee JH, Jeon MS, Lee DL, Shin HK, Seul JH

BACKGROUND: Facial laceration is the most common injury encountered in the emergency room in the plastic surgery field, and optimal treatment is important. However, few authors have investigated this injury...
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Topical EMLA Cream as a Pretreatment for Facial Lacerations

Park SW, Oh TS, Choi JW, Eom JS, Hong JP, Koh KS, Lee TJ, Kim EK

BACKGROUND: Topical anesthetics, such as eutectic mixture of local anesthetics (EMLA) cream, can be applied to reduce pain before minor procedure. This trial evaluated EMLA as pretreatment for facial lacerations...
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Is Local Anesthesia Necessary in Ketamine Sedation for Pediatric Facial Laceration Repair?: A Double-Blind, Randomized, Controlled Study

Ko MJ, Choi JH, Cho YS, Lee JW, Lim H, Moon HJ

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to assess the clinical efficacy of combined treatment with local anesthesia and ketamine procedural sedation for pediatric facial laceration repair in the Emergency...
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