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Articles on Lacerations
Skin laceration as a serious adverse sequela of injectable collagenase for Dupuytren contracture.
Risk of recurrence and subsequent delivery after obstetric anal sphincter injuries.
To investigate the recurrence risk, the likelihood of having further deliveries and mode of delivery after third to fourth degree obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS). Population-based cohort study. The Medical Birth Registry of Norway....
Repair of flexor carpi radialis tendon laceration at the wrist in a professional ice hockey player.
We report a case of a traumatic laceration of the flexor carpi radialis tendon at the wrist in a professional ice hockey player. Surgical repair and rehabilitation using established principles for intrasynovial flexor tendon repair allowed return to sport at the professional level in 2 months.Tensio...
[Postpartum urinary retention].
Postpartum urinary retention is an uncommon event that occurs in 0.7 to 0.9% of vaginal deliveries. An ignorance of this situation can lead to delayed diagnosis worsening the prognosis and to inadequate treatments. This complication is defined as the absence of spontaneous micturition within 6hours o...
Surgical complications in adult spondylolisthesis.
You've torn your ACL. Now what? A new study sheds light on treatment choices for torn knee ligaments. Surgery may not be necessary.
Injury patterns and psychological traits of patients with self-inflicted wounds produced by punching glass.
Self-inflicted injuries are among the preventable forms of hand injury. Psychologic factors underlying these injuries have not been studied sufficiently. This study aims to reveal the extent of injury and the morbidity as well as the psychologic factors in a population of patients who intentionally...
Evaluation of a new needle catching instrument for suturing simple wounds in the Emergency Department.
Video analysis of clinicians showed that the needle was secured in an instrument and thus unexposed for an average of 60% of the duration of the procedure by standard technique, compared with 95% using the Needlecatcher, with a change of 35% [95% confidence interval (CI): 14-58%, P = 0.005]. Episode...
Facial Skin-Mucosal Biodynamic Blast Injuries and Management
Recently, many victims of improvised explosive devices have shown varying degrees of facial injuries in different patterns with or without flash burns. In addition, patients have had intense thermal inhalation that leads to oral-nasal-pharyngeal edema and toxic fume inhalation that may require the m...