Large pneumothorax in blunt chest trauma: Is a chest drain always necessary in stable patients? A case report

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Idris, Baig M.; Hefny, Ashraf F.;

Introduction Pneumothorax is the most common potentially life-threatening blunt chest injury. The management of pneumothorax depends upon the etiology, its size and hemodynamic stability of the patient. Most clinicians agree that chest drainage is essential for the mana... View more
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