blunt abdominal injuries

Question Number 1370

in blunt abdominal injuries

a) in seat belt injuries the small bowel is most likely to be transected in the distal ileum
b) generalised thickening of the small bowel after a blunt injuiry is usually secondary to extensive intramural hematoma
c) the spleen is the organ most commonly injuired
d) liver lacerations are associated with a rib fracture in over 30%
e) in pancreatic duct injuiries the serum amylase is typically elevated

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