Journal of Surgery

ISSN: [Jurnalul de chirurgie]
ISSN: 1584-9341

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Krishanth Naidu

The Canberra Hospital,
Yamba Drive, Garran, Australian Capital Territory, 2605

  • Review Article
    Compartment Syndrome–Presentations and Principles
    Author(s): Krishanth Naidu and Naveen NarayanasamyKrishanth Naidu and Naveen Narayanasamy

    Background: Compartment syndrome (CS) remains an elusive diagnosis with limited awareness despite progress of glorious investigative, diagnostic and imaging modalities. This review aims to reiterate the surgical fraternity to the fragility one faces with the concept of CS. Methods: A retrospective desk review of published literature has been undertaken through the review of PubMed, Cochrane Library, Medline, EMBASE and Web of Science databases to portray the spectrum of presentation with involvement of rare sites in CS that have the capacity to stupefy the surgical fraternity. Results: 18 articles and book chapters were reviewed from the search chain of over 200 articles. Through literature review it is appreciated that the sites of involvement with CS are varied and can encompass regions that are once thought unlikely.. Read More»

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