PMID: 591038Aug 1, 1977

Angiography after paint-gun injury of the hand: a case report

Injury
E O Karaharju, Pär Slätis

Abstract

Because the severity and extent of vascular damage may determine the surgical treatment, angiography may be an important preoperative investigation of injection injuries. An example of a paint-gun injury to the hand, in which serious vascular damage was confirmed by angiography, is described.

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Aug 8, 2006·Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma·Christopher J Hogan, Robert T Ruland
Jun 28, 2017·The American Journal of Dermatopathology·Wendi E WohltmannBruce D Ragsdale
Feb 1, 2020·Case Reports in Plastic Surgery & Hand Surgery·Annica C EellsAntonio Jorge Forte

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