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BLUNT GASTROINTESTINAL AND MESENTERIC INJURIES IN SEAT BELT WEARERS
The journal of the Japanese Practical Surgeon Society
Six cases of gastrointestinal and mesenteric injuries in seat belt wearers, which were encountered from May, 1984 to December, 1987 in the Department of Gastroenterological Surgery of Saga Medical School, are reported. The six cases consisted of one case of jejunal perforation, two of perforations of both the small intestine and colon, one of seromuscular tears of both the small intestine and colon, and two of seromuscular tears of the colon. Three of five colonic injuries were seromusculardoi:10.3919/ringe1963.50.577 fatcat:vbgadkfulrallkentgr6gjssfe