1998
DOI: 10.17986/blm.199831287
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Abstract: A vdın B. B içer Ü, Çolak. B, F in c a n cı ŞK. Trafik k a z a la r ın d a taşıt içi kon u m ve travm a loka lizasy on u . A dli Tıp B ülteni 1998;3( 1 ):20-6. ÖZETBu çalışma yaralamalı ve ölümlü trafik kazaları dosyala rında travma lokalizasyonu ve araç içi konum ilişkisini ve bunun kullanım değerini irdelem ek amacı ile yapıldı.Adli Tıp Kurumu İhtisas Kurulları ve Trafik İhtisas Dairesi'ne 1994 yılında gönderilen yaralanma veya ölüm le sonuç lanan trafik kazalarına ait 150 dosya incelendi. Trafik kaza ların… Show more

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“…In people who died or were injured in motor vehicle accidents, the determination of the localization and severity of the traumatic lesions is very for forensic analysis [3]. The most frequently injured body region was the lower limb in non-fatal hospitalized patients or non-hospitalized patients with minor trauma in motor vehicle accidents [8].…”
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“…In people who died or were injured in motor vehicle accidents, the determination of the localization and severity of the traumatic lesions is very for forensic analysis [3]. The most frequently injured body region was the lower limb in non-fatal hospitalized patients or non-hospitalized patients with minor trauma in motor vehicle accidents [8].…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Previous studies have reported a correlation between trauma localization and the in-vehicle position of people injured in motor vehicle accidents [3]. Many authors have conducted studies on the subject of driver and passenger crash injury using severity models [3,4].…”
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