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Jeung Seuk Yoon 2 Articles
Traumatic Cervical Spinal Cord Injury Patient with Jejunal Perforation
Seung Je Go, Jeung Seuk Yoon, Jung Ho Yun
J Trauma Inj. 2013;26(4):319-322.
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A 66 year-old woman had cervical spinal cord injury by an automobile. We performed emergency operation for partial quadriplegia. She recovered from motor weakness gradually, but complained of abdominal distension and mild dyspnea. A physical examination of her abdomen did not have tenderness and rebound tenderness. She underwent a decubitus view of chest X-ray due to aggravated dyspnea at postoperative 4 days. We detected free air gas of abdomen and immediately identified a cause of pneumoperitoneum by abdominal computed tomography. We performed an emergent laparotomy and confirmed a jejunal perforation. After an operation, she recovered well and is under rehabilitation.
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Conservative Management of a Duodenal Perforation after Trauma
Jeung Seuk Yoon
J Trauma Inj. 2012;25(4):271-274.
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Duodenal perforation has a high incidence of complications and mortality if not detected and treated early. Delayed diagnosis of duodenal perforation is frequent because patients rarely complain of any symptoms. We report a case of duodenal perforation that appeared after trauma and was cured by using conservative treatment.
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