Mariusz Łochowski, Jacek Kaczmarski, Daniel Brzeziński, Bartosz Cieślik-Wolski, Józef Kozak. Kardiochirurgia i Torakochirurgia Polska 2014; 11 (1): 30-33. Supporters of this tactic put forward an argument of the high risk of omission or delay in diagnosing patients, which may have fatal consequences. Opponents of the selective observation of patients put forward an argument of the high percentage of negative neck revisions – 30-89%.
Epidemiology Young males are highly represented in patients with a traumatic neck injury .
Niels K. Rathlev, Ron Medzon. Thorough vascular and esophageal evaluation is required, even with minor neck wounds, if any abnormalities are evident on examination or radiographs. Radiographs do not rule out esophageal injury. Early airway management is crucial, with orotracheal intubation being the initial method of choice. A thorough neurologic examination is essential in all patients with neck trauma
A remarkable number of changes have occurred in the treatment paradigm as new technologies have developed and as surgeons have explored the outcomes from different treatment protocols.
In this article, we report a 68-year-old. The patient had dysphagia and pain with neck movement but had no. life-threatening finding. Penetran boyun travması (PBT), kulak burun. boğaz (KBB) acilleri arasında nadir görülmesine.
This approach has been demonstrated to decrease unnecessary operative neck exploration by approximately 50-60% without an increase in mortality or complication rates. Patients may present in extremis requiring emergent airway and hemorrhage control, whereas others can have subtle signs of injury that require careful investigation so that an injury is not missed