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Right Ventricular Trauma

  • J. Lawrence Stafford
  • Carl L. Tommaso
  • Natesa G. Pandian
Part of the Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine book series (DICM, volume 83)

Abstract

Injury is the most common cause of death in persons under 40 years of age in the United States. Thoracic trauma accounts for about 25% of all traumatic deaths, and cardiac injury is a major factor in many {1}. Traumatic heart disease was once felt to be only of interest to military physicians, however, the incidence of cardiac trauma is increasing due to motor vehi­cle accidents and violence in society {2}.

Keywords

Ventricular Septal Defect Cardiac Tamponade Gunshot Wound Cardiac Injury Chest Trauma 
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  • J. Lawrence Stafford
  • Carl L. Tommaso
  • Natesa G. Pandian

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