Discussion in 'Spot Diagnosis' started by Egyptian Doctor, Jun 26, 2011.
Trauma toracico grave, con contusion pulmonar, hemoneumotorax bilateral y torax inestable
Unstable chest due to bilateral multiple rib fractures, consecutive pulmonary contusion. Shoulder luxation on the left side. The central venous line via the right jugular vein is ending too high. I suggest CT Thorax or polytrauma-CT scan
due to trauma to thracic cavity here are multiple pulmonary contusions due to fracture of ribs along with laxation of shoulder joint on right side.
severe trauma to the chest...multiple rib fracture....flail chest..with left shoulder dislocation
this is is a patient in CCU due to unestable chest.
Shoulder luxation joint on the left side, mutiple rib fractures, hemopneumothorax, pulmonary contusion...
Answer : FLAIL CHEST
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