CrossRef Text and Data Mining
Result of CrossRef Text and Data Mining Search is the related articles with entitled article. If you click link1 or link2 you will be able to reach the full text site of selected articles; however, some links do not show the full text immediately at now. If you click CrossRef Text and Data Mining Download icon, you will be able to get whole list of articles from literature included in CrossRef Text and Data Mining.
Blunt Transection of the Entire Anterolateral Abdominal Wall Musculature Following Seatbelt-Related Injury
Hohyun Kim, Jae Hun Kim, Gil Hwan Kim, Hyun-Woo Sun, Chan Ik Park, Sung Jin Park, Chan Kyu Lee, Suk Kim
J Trauma Inj. 2020;33(2):128-133.   Published online June 30, 2020

Excel Download

Blunt Transection of the Entire Anterolateral Abdominal Wall Musculature Following Seatbelt-Related Injury
Journal of Trauma and Injury. 2020;33(2):128-133   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2 Link3

Blunt transection of rectus abdominis following seatbelt related trauma with associated small and large bowel injury
International Journal of Surgery Case Reports. 2013;4(11):958-960   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2

The clinical anatomy of the anterolateral abdominal wall musculature
Clinical Anatomy. 2009;22(3):392-397   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2

A unique pattern of injury secondary to seatbelt-related blunt abdominal trauma
The Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2004;27(2):183-185   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2

Do signs of abdominal wall injury on computed tomography predict intra-abdominal injury in trauma patients with a seatbelt sign?
Injury. 2022;53(9):2988-2991   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2

Traumatic rupture of the abdominal wall musculature
Injury. 1994;25(10):683-684   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2

Thyroid transection with spinal injury following blunt trauma in a child
Injury. 2004;35(3):332-335   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2

Small bowel obstruction following blunt abdominal trauma
Injury. 1998;29(6):484-485   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2

Musculature Tissue Engineering to Repair Abdominal Wall Hernia
Artificial Organs. 2011;36(4):348-352   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2

Extensive disruption of abdominal wall musculature with intestinal prolapse, a rare injury caused by seat belt—a case report
Injury. 2004;35(3):318-319   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2