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Signs of post-traumatic hypovolemia on abdominal CT and their clinical importance: A systematic review.

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Summary of "Signs of post-traumatic hypovolemia on abdominal CT and their clinical importance: A systematic review."

Our aim was to assess the findings of hypovolemia on abdominal CT that are most frequently seen in blunt abdominal trauma patients. When possible, we assessed the correlation of these CT signs with clinical outcome.

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Name: European journal of radiology
ISSN: 1872-7727
Pages: 108800

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