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Int Surg J. 2016; 3(4): 2347-2350

Traumatic diaphragmatic injury: case report

M. S. Ray, B. S. Deepak, Rajesh Kumar.

Traumatic diaphragmatic injury (DI) is a unique clinical entity that is usually occult and can easily be missed. An emergency laparotomy and thorough exploration followed by the repair of the defect is the gold standard for the management of these cases. Here we are presenting a rare case with Diaphragmatic Injury on the right side which was successfully managed at our center.

Key words: DI, Hernia, Trauma

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