Biomeditsina va amaliyot jurnali, 2022 №6

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Ergashev Sh. Nasriddin, Turakulov Sh. Zoirjon, Mirzakarimov Kh Bakhrom, Isakov Z. Nuriddin


Andijan State Medical Institute


Abdominal injury remains one of the most urgent problems in surgery, traumatology and resuscitation. At present, abdominal wounds make up 1.5-4.4% of all injuries. The structure of injuries varies due to accidents, falls from a height, and natural disasters. But in recent years, criminalization of society has taken an important place in this structure. Given the presence of complex cases that still lead to some complications in diagnosis and treatment, this problem remains very relevant

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children: blunt trauma, free fluid in the abdominal cavity, abdominal injury.


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