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AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SURGERY CASE REPORTS
Animal-induced trauma can lead to severe injury and death, especially in medically isolated settings. Few reports of hyena attacks on humans have been reported in the literature. The goal of this report is to describe such an attack and the heroic efforts required to preserve life and function in a resource-limited environment. We present a case of a 55-year-old female who was attacked by a hyena in a rural region of Ethiopia. Despite delays in medical care, she was able to survive this attackdoi:10.47496/sl.ajscr.2022.01.01 fatcat:qhsqbt2ytjgndmmjcym5i6a7vu