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1.

A four-year experience with splenectomy versus splenorrhaphy.

Feliciano DV, Bitondo CG, Mattox KL, Rumisek JD, Burch JM, Jordan GL Jr.

Ann Surg. 1985 May;201(5):568-75.

2.

Splenorrhaphy. The alternative.

Feliciano DV, Spjut-Patrinely V, Burch JM, Mattox KL, Bitondo CG, Cruse-Martocci P, Jordan GL Jr.

Ann Surg. 1990 May;211(5):569-80; discussion 580-2.

3.

The role of splenorrhaphy in splenic trauma.

Kreis DJ Jr, Montero N, Saltz M, Saltz R, Echenique M, Plasencia G, Santiesteban R, Gomez GA, Vopal JJ, Civetta JM.

Am Surg. 1987 Jun;53(6):307-9.

PMID:
3579042
4.

Splenorrhaphy in patients with abdominal trauma.

Norby II, Max MH.

South Med J. 1986 Dec;79(12):1503-5.

PMID:
3787287
5.

The spleen at risk after penetrating trauma.

Ivatury RR, Simon RJ, Guignard J, Kazigo J, Gunduz Y, Stahl WM.

J Trauma. 1993 Sep;35(3):409-14.

PMID:
8371300
6.

Short-term outcomes of splenectomy avoidance in trauma patients.

Kaseje N, Agarwal S, Burch M, Glantz A, Emhoff T, Burke P, Hirsch E.

Am J Surg. 2008 Aug;196(2):213-7. doi: 10.1016/j.amjsurg.2007.07.037.

PMID:
18639660
7.

The advantages of early operation with splenorrhaphy versus nonoperative management for the blunt splenic trauma patient.

Jalovec LM, Boe BS, Wyffels PL.

Am Surg. 1993 Oct;59(10):698-704; discussion 704-5.

PMID:
8214975
8.

Splenorrhaphy versus splenectomy.

Mustafa NA.

Acta Chir Hung. 1994;34(1-2):171-6.

PMID:
7604621
9.

Experience with selective operative and nonoperative treatment of splenic injuries in 193 patients.

Pachter HL, Spencer FC, Hofstetter SR, Liang HG, Hoballah J, Coppa GF.

Ann Surg. 1990 May;211(5):583-9; discussion 589-91.

10.

Splenorrhaphy for splenic damage in patients with multiple injuries.

Aidonopoulos AP, Papavramidis ST, Goutzamanis GD, Filos GG, Deligiannidis NP, Vogiatzis IM.

Eur J Surg. 1995 Apr;161(4):247-51.

PMID:
7612766
11.

[Splenorrhaphy].

Belgerden S, Başar Y, Alper A, Dizdaroğlu H, Demirkol K.

Zentralbl Chir. 1984;109(22):1451-5. German.

PMID:
6524134
12.

Splenorrhaphy for splenic trauma.

Weinstein ME, Govin GG, Rice CL, Virgilio RW.

J Trauma. 1979 Sep;19(9):692-7.

PMID:
490746
13.

Management outcomes in splenic injury: a statewide trauma center review.

Clancy TV, Ramshaw DG, Maxwell JG, Covington DL, Churchill MP, Rutledge R, Oller DW, Cunningham PR, Meredith JW, Thomason MH, Baker CC.

Ann Surg. 1997 Jul;226(1):17-24.

14.

Evaluation of splenorrhaphy: a grading system for splenic trauma.

Shackford SR, Sise MJ, Virgilio RW, Peters RM.

J Trauma. 1981 Jul;21(7):538-42.

PMID:
7253050
15.

[Usefulness of absorbable meshes in the management of splenic trauma].

Louredo AM, Alonso A, de Llano J JA, Díez LM, Alvarez JL, del Riego FJ.

Cir Esp. 2005 Mar;77(3):145-52. Spanish.

16.

Randomized clinical trial of ligasure™ versus conventional splenectomy for injured spleen in blunt abdominal trauma.

Amirkazem VS, Malihe K.

Int J Surg. 2017 Feb;38:48-51. doi: 10.1016/j.ijsu.2016.12.036. Epub 2016 Dec 26.

PMID:
28034773
17.

Changing patterns in the management of splenic trauma: the impact of nonoperative management.

Pachter HL, Guth AA, Hofstetter SR, Spencer FC.

Ann Surg. 1998 May;227(5):708-17; discussion 717-9.

19.

Surgical repair of the injured spleen.

Ratner MH, Garrow E, Valda V, Shashikumar VL, Somers LA.

J Pediatr Surg. 1977 Dec;12(6):1019-25.

PMID:
592056
20.

Splenic preservation in adults after blunt and penetrating trauma.

Barrett J, Sheaff C, Abuabara S, Jonasson O.

Am J Surg. 1983 Mar;145(3):313-7.

PMID:
6837851

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