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>Revistas >Cirujano General >Año 2012, No. S1


Almanza CS
Traumatismos abdominales. Consideraciones modernas de diagnóstico y tratamiento
Cir Gen 2012; 34 (S1)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 18
Paginas: 57-58
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FRAGMENTO

Los traumatismos abdominales se dividen desde el punto de vista etiológico en penetrantes y contusos. Aún cuando deberíamos referirnos a traumatismos del torso (región tóraco-abdominal), en este trabajo sólo nos referiremos a la región abdominal; del diafragma hasta la última parte de la pelvis.


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