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White blood cell and platelet counts can be used to differentiate between infection and the normal response after splenectomy for trauma: prospective validation.
Abdominal computed tomographic scan for patients with gunshot wounds to the abdomen selected for nonoperative management.
Selective nonoperative management of penetrating abdominal solid organ injuries.
Long-term effect of trauma splenectomy on blood glucose.
Comparing Readmissions and Infectious Complications of Blunt Splenic Injuries Using a Statewide Database.
Postdischarge complications following nonoperative management of blunt splenic injury.