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A mellkasi aorta sérülése a traumatológia egyik legsúlyosabb fejezetét alkotja. A nyílt és transmuralis aortasérülés helyszíni halált okoz, a mellkasi aorta tompa sérülése azonban gyors szállítással, diagnosztikával és megfelelő kezelési taktikával az esetek egy részében eredményesen kezelhető. Az aorta tompa sérülése politrauma része, a beteg sorsát az aorta sérülésének súlyossága a társsérülésekkel együtt jelentősen befolyásolja. A prioritások meghatározása alapján dönthetünk a kezelés mikéntjéről és ütemezéséről. Az azonnali, a szubakut és a konzervatív kezelés lehetőségei változatosak, alkalmazásuk kiválasztása nagy tapasztalatot és megfelelő, egyénre szabott terápiás terv követését teszi szükségessé. A kórkép változatossága egységes vezérfonal kialakítását nehezíti, ezért fontosnak tartjuk saját tapasztalataink összefoglalását és a vonatkozó irodalom áttekintését.

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