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Civilian field surgery in the rural trauma setting: a proposal for providing optimal care.
(East Carolina University, 1992-09)
Rural trauma presents unique problems for surgical care. While military surgeons are prepared to provide care at or near the scene of battle, civilian literature is devoid of reports for care provided by surgeons at sites ...
Thoracolumbar compression fractures presenting with an acute ileus.
(East Carolina University, 1990-09)
Corticosteroids are commonly used in the treatment of connective tissue diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus. Although they are usually efficacious, osteoporosis leading to spine compression fractures is not ...
The Ripped Cava
(East Carolina University, 1995-04)
Lacerations of the inferior vena cava are associated with a high mortality and may be difficult to repair. The majority of injuries are due to penetrating trauma. Rapid transportation to definitive surgical care with ...
Transplantation and the Trauma Surgeon
(East Carolina University, 1990-11)
The number of satisfactory vascular organs suitable for organ transplantation can be increased appreciably by a close working relationship between traumatologists and transplant surgeons. Benefits will derive from more ...