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Pathophysiology, Management and Outcome After Multiple Trauma

  • G. Regel
  • U. Lehmann
  • E. Rickels
  • T. Pohlemann
  • H. C. Pape
  • H. Tscherne
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Abstract

Severe head injury is the most frequent cause of permanent disability after trauma in our society. It is often associated with multiple trauma (69% in our own patient population) and additionally the most frequent injury combination in association with extremity injuries (63%) (Regel et al. 1995) (Fig. 1).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Regel
  • U. Lehmann
  • E. Rickels
  • T. Pohlemann
  • H. C. Pape
  • H. Tscherne

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