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Table 1 showing various viscera damaged and surgical procedure done

From: Spectrum of abdominal organ injury in a primary blast type

Small gut perforation 48(31.16%) Repair in 26 patients
   Colostomy in 2 patients
   Resection anastomosis in 7 patients
   Right hemicolectomy in 2 patients
   Illeostomy in 11 patients
Splenic trauma 35(22.72%) Splenectomy in 35 patients
(Subcapsular hematoma, laceration and hilar injury)   
Liver laceration 30(19.48%) Repair in 28 patients
   Gauze packing in 8 patients
Large gut perforation 10 (6.49%) Colostomy in 3 patients
   Tube caecostomy in 1 patient,
   Repair in 6 patients
Gastric perforation 10(6.49%) Primary repair in 10 with tube gastrostomy in 4 patients
Kidney damage 10(6.49%) Nephrectomy in 3 patients patient
(Laceration, hematoma and pedicle avulsion)   Nephorostomy in 1
   Repair in 2 patients
Duodenal trauma 3(1.94%) Tube duodenostomy in 2 patients
(Laceration and the hematoma)   
Gallbladder trauma 3(1.94%) Cholecystostomy in 1 patient
   Partial Cholecystectomy in 1 patient
   Cholecystectomy in 1 pateint
Bladder laceration 2(1.29%) Repair with suprapubic cystostomy in all
Mesenteric laceration 10(6.49%) Repair in 7 patients
   Resection anastomosis in 3 patients
Retroperitoneal hematoma 10(6.49%) Midline in 1 patient
   Lateral wall hematoma in 1 patient
   Associated with other visceral trauma in 8 patients
Caecal hematoma with transection of appendix 2(1.29%) Tube caecostomy with appendectomy in 2 patients
Omental hematoma 1(0.64%) Omentectomy
Negative laparotomy 5(3.24%)  
Reexploration 3(1.94%) Posterior diaphragmatic wall bleed after splenectomy-1,
   Missed ileal perforation -1,
   Post operative bleeding from liver laceration -1