BLUNT ABDOMINAL INJURY- WHAT NOT TO BE MISSED

Dr Jayanth B.N, Dr. Drishya Devasia, Dr. Nairuthya S

Abstract


Road traffic accident has been recognized as the most common cause of blunt abdominal injury. The most commonly injured organs are the spleen, liver, small bowel, kidneys, bladder, colorectal, diaphragm, and pancreas. Here we are presenting a case of 40-year-old lady who developed duodenal injury following blunt abdominal injury.


Keywords


blunt abdominal injury, duodenal injury

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