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  • HL
    Pachter, AA Guth, SR Hofsetter et al (New York Univ;
    Bellevue Hosp Ctr, New York)
    , 1998
    :
    Changing
    Patterns in the Management of Splenic Trauma: The
    impact of Nonoperative Management
    .   
    Ann Surg
    227: 708-719


         

    In
    a study of 190 consecutive patients with splenic
    injuries between 1990 and 1996, non-operative
    management was used in 96% patients with blunt
    injuries, 24% with stab-wounds. 
    Failure rate of non-operative treatment was 2%.

         



 

   

Speciality Spotlight

   

   
Surgery
   

 

Splenic Trauma
   

  • HL Pachter, AA Guth, SR Hofsetter et al (New York Univ; Bellevue Hosp Ctr, New York) , 1998 : Changing Patterns in the Management of Splenic Trauma: The impact of Nonoperative Management.    Ann Surg 227: 708-719
         
    In a study of 190 consecutive patients with splenic injuries between 1990 and 1996, non-operative management was used in 96% patients with blunt injuries, 24% with stab-wounds.  Failure rate of non-operative treatment was 2%.
         

 

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