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    81 Possible Causes for Laceration of the Lung in USA

    • Rib Fracture
      Laceration of the Lung

      […] of the lung by the sharp fracture end.[trauma.org]

    • Penetrating Chest Trauma
      Laceration of the Lung

      Penetrating chest injuries can lacerate or injure lungs, heart or major blood vessels.[akdlawyers.com] Laceration of the lung tissue is rare, but possible.[intechopen.com] Simple pnemothorax often develops due to the laceration of the lung parenchyma fractured rib ends, or due to the gunshot wounds and stab wounds.[intechopen.com]

    • Thoracic Surgery
      Laceration of the Lung
    • Laceration of the Lung

      […] of the Lung [intechopen.com] Thoracic Surgery Laceration of the Lung Laceration of the Lung […] of the Lung Laceration of the Lung Pneumothorax Traumatic and iatrogenic pneumothoraces[symptoma.com] Broken ribs, lacerated liver, punctured lung![horseandhound.co.uk] He, rather wisely, described lacerations of the lung as the mode of injury in blunt chest wall damage.[mactheknife.org]

    • Congenital Hourglass Stomach

      Protrusion Excessive Bleeding after Minor Trauma Flattened Midface Hematomas after Trauma or Injury Hourglass [symptoma.com] Midface Hypoplastic Midface Hypotonic Midface Laceration[symptoma.com]

    • Hemothorax

      The usual cause of hemothorax is laceration of the lung, intercostal vessel, or an internal mammary artery.[merckmanuals.com]

    • Chest Trauma

      Penetrating chest injuries can lacerate or injure lungs, heart or major blood vessels.[akdlawyers.com] Laceration of the lung tissue is rare, but possible.[intechopen.com] Simple pnemothorax often develops due to the laceration of the lung parenchyma fractured rib ends, or due to the gunshot wounds and stab wounds.[intechopen.com]

    • Chest Wall Injury

      Fractured ribs can lacerate the pleura, lung, or abdominal organs.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    • Pleural Adhesions

      […] of the Lung Left Pleural Effusion Left Upper Quadrant Pain Localized Chest Pain Malignant Ascites Malignant Pericardial Effusion Malignant Pleural Effusion Malignant Pleural[symptoma.com]

    • Epiphyseal Trauma

      […] with Midface Protrusion Excessive Bleeding after Minor Trauma Flattened Midface Hematomas after Trauma or Injury Hourglass Midface Hypoplastic Midface Hypotonic Midface Laceration[symptoma.com]

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