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Table 1 Type of associated non-thoracic injures

From: Analysis of risk factors in thoracic trauma patients with a comparison of a modern trauma centre: a mono-centre study

Accompanied injuries Group I Group II
Head and neck 231 254
Subdural hematoma (SDH) 167 178
Subarachnoid hematoma (SAH) 80 97
Brain laceration (BL) 16 21
Cerebral edema (CE) 198 222
Skull fracture (SF) 183 197
Maxillofacial fracture (MF) 48 61
Vertebral column fractures (VCF) 18 27
Abdomen 91 113
Splenic injury (SI) 41 46
Liver injury (LI) 26 31
Retro peritoneal haemorrhage (RPH) 15 23
Intestinal injury (II) 5 6
Urinary tract injury (UTI) 32 35
Skeletal system 278 322
Fracture of upper extremities (FUE) 36 42
Fracture lower extremities (FLE) 98 95
Pelvic fractures (PF) 86 98
Calvicula fracture (CF) 42 64
Scapula fracture (SF) 16 23
Soft tissue   
Open wound (OW) 104 113
Muscular laceration (ML) 18 24
Large subcutaneous hematoma (LSH) 29 35
Compartment syndrome (CS) 5 6
Peripheral nerve injury (PNE) 14 17
Vascular injury (VI) 12 16
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