Acta Scientific Gastrointestinal Disorders (ASGIS)(ISSN: 2582-1091)

Case Report Volume 4 Issue 11

Penetrating Trauma in Zone II of the Neck

Carrasco Gustavo A1*, Staneff Juan2, Carrasco Díaz María L3 and Carrasco Díaz María E3

1General Surgeon, Emergency and Trauma, Emergency Services, Intensive Care Physician, Intensive Therapy Service, Hospital J.C. Perrando, Resistencia City, Chaco, Argentina
2General Surgeon, Head of the Surgery Service, Hospital A.I. de Llano, Corrientes City, Corrientes, Argentina
3School of Medicine, Northeast National University, Corrientes City, Corrientes, Argentina

*Corresponding Author: Carrasco Gustavo A, General Surgeon, Emergency and Trauma, Emergency Services, Intensive Care Physician, Intensive Therapy Service, Hospital J.C. Perrando, Resistencia City, Chaco, Argentina.

Received: October 06, 2021; Published: October 21, 2021

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Abstract

The neck is a narrow anatomical region with a vast number of vital structures. Depending on the injury mechanism of the trauma, it can be classified as blunt or penetrating. Zone II is the largest and central part of the neck, which affected more than two other zones in neck trauma due to more exposure. In the management of neck trauma, two aspects must be considered: the injury mechanism and the region that is affected. Penetrating neck trauma is the injury that crosses the cutaneous muscle of the neck. The patients who did not have clear signs of visceral or vascular damage (soft signs) use complementary diagnostic methods. Those who present clinical evidence of a vital organ injury (hard signs) should undergo surgery.

Keywords: Self-Injury; Roon and Christensen Neck Zones; Penetrating Neck Injury; Neck Zone II

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Citation

Citation: Carrasco Gustavo A., et al. “Penetrating Trauma in Zone II of the Neck”. Acta Scientific Gastrointestinal Disorders 4.11 (2021): 16-21.




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