THE ROLE OF RADIOLOGIST IN PENETRATING ARROW INJURY OF CHEST AND UPPER ABDOMEN – REVIEW OF TWO CASES.

Dr. Nilesh Gupta, Dr Satya Bhuvan Singh Netam, Dr Ashutosh Gupta

Abstract


Arrow injuries were frequent in India and across the world few
centuries ago as it was the most frequently used weapon , mostly for
hunting activities. But in modern times with development of new
weapons , use of bow and arrows have been limited to sports
competitions. Its use is still prevalent in few tribal areas , occasionally
used for Naxalite activities. Impact of injury depends on the site of
injury and associated vital tissue damage.


Keywords


Arrow, CT scan, laceration, pneumothorax.

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