George Quentin Chance was an British radiologist. Eponymously associated with the Chance fracture (1948) transverse fracture through a vertebral body
Chance fracture is a transverse fracture through a vertebral body and neural arch. Described by George Quentin Chance, British radiologist in 1948
Assessment of abdominal trauma requires the identification of immediately life-threatening injuries on primary survey, and delayed life threats on secondary survey.
the case. a 19 year old female arrives to your resuscitation bay following a high-speed rollover MVA where she was the restrained passenger. she has a clinically fractured mandible with some oropharyngeal bleeding, but a GCS of 15. she is…