Traumatic Asphyxia

Perthe disorder or Traumatic asphyxia is an uncommon condition giving subconjunctival hemorrhage as respiratory bargain in the latter is caused by splinting of the mid-section and/or diaphragm, in this way anticipating ordinary chest expansion.

Traumatic asphyxia happens when blunt chest trauma-section forces retrograde stream of blood through the prevalent vena cava and into the neck and head. Traumatic asphyxia is cervicofacial cyanosis and edema and petechial hemorrhages of the face, neck, and upper chest that happens because of a compressive compel to the thoracoabdominal region.

 

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