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48 Possible Causes for Hernia, Subcutaneous Crepitus

  • Gas Gangrene

    A case of Clostridial myonecrosis following elective inguinal hernia repair is described.[] Physical exam demonstrated an erythematous and edematous left foot with subcutaneous crepitus along the plantar surface.[] -year-old diabetic man who presented with gas gangrene of the abdominal wall due to an intra-abdominal abscess caused by intestinal erosion six years after an incisional hernia[]

  • Subcutaneous Emphysema

    VISCERAL GAS WITHIN THE CHEST Diaphragmatic hernia and diaphragmatic ruptures allow abdominal visceral contents into the chest.[] Crepitation, subcutaneous (subcutaneous crepitus, subcutaneous emphysema) . 2. Agarwal IT, Long DE. Radiological Case of the Month Discussion .[] […] two names for subcutaneous emphysema 1. subcutaneous crepitus 2. subcutaneous crepitation list 8 causes of subcutaneous emphysema 1. blunt force 2. inhaling cocaine 3. penetrating[]

  • Pneumothorax

    At follow-up, no sign of recurrent hernia was observed.[] Supports & Braces Cervical Neck Pain Comfort Cool Tennis Elbow Braces - Elbow Wraps, Sleeves & Bands Finger - Thumb Supports Foot and Ankle Braces - Supports Foot Pain & Injury Hernia[] […] pressure (PEEP) are used Pneumoperitoneum [18, 19] Fiberoptic bronchoscopy with closed lung biopsy [20] Markedly displaced thoracic spine fractures Preexisting Bochdalek hernia[]

  • Necrotizing Fasciitis

    Therefore, a new CT scan was requested, showing signs of hernia complication.[] Acute infection, often accompanied by toxic shock syndrome, rapid progression of marked edema to violaceous bullae and necrosis of subcutaneous tissue, absence of crepitus[] […] tissues in the fascial planes Crepitus due to production of gas in the tissues.[]

  • Mediastinal Emphysema

    References Weissberg, D. and Refaely, Y (2002) Hernia of the Lung.[] She was also noticed to have subcutaneous swelling and crepitus over the neck and upper anterior chest region, bilateral rhonchi with prolonged expiratory phase.[] He was noted to have subcutaneous swelling and crepitus over the neck from below the mandible, upper anterior chest region, abdomen and both upper limbs.[]

  • Diabetic Gangrene

    […] an anal/perineal abscess in patients with underlying uncontrolled diabetes, but has also been described to be secondary to thrombosed hemorrhoids or strangulated inguinal hernia[] , on examination, due to the movement of gas under the skin This is known as subcutaneous emphysema.[] This can occur, for example, when your intestines bulge through a weakened area of muscle in your abdomen (hernia) and become twisted.[]

  • Alveolar Rupture

    Congenital diaphragmatic hernia and pulmonary hypoplasia. Presentation Usually preterm delivery.[] Physical examination showed that the patient had recovered from perioral cyanosis, but she had developed subcutaneous emphysema with crepitus over the clavicle and axillary[] On physical examination, crepitus (subcutaneous emphysema) is commonly present in the chest wall or neck.[]

  • Flail Chest

    […] reduced the hernia defect and provided stability to the chest wall.[] Invasive Surgery 429 Esophagus 455 Stomach and Duodenum 489 Pancreas 517 Biliary System 553 Liver 585 Small Intestine 617 Appendix 647 Colon Rectum and Anus 667 Spleen 763 Hernias[] The relative unimportance of hardware limitations on the outcomes is very finely reflected and exemplified by the recent echoes of the mesh repair of inguinal hernia. 2 The[]

  • Traumatic Perforation of the Trachea

    Furthermore, the rate of perforation is increased in the presence of a large hiatal hernia or esophageal diverticula.[]

  • Tracheobronchial Injury

    A thoracotomy approach may be advantageous for injury or hernias that present in a delayed fashion, especially of the right hemidiaphragm.[] The chest wall was non-tender without crepitus. No abnormalities were obtained in neurological examination.[] Pneumomediastinum and subcutaneous gas especially throughout the left neck was obtained in Computed tomography (CT) scan of neck and thorax (without contrast) (Figure 2a,2b[]

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