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Fatal Laryngeal Oedema in Burns

The present study reports the cause of death of a 30 year old male victim of fire. Autopsy findings reveal gross laryngeal oedema with narrowing of the air passage. The burn injuries involved about 30% of the total body surface area. The signs of asphyxia were quite prominent on autopsy. The person suffered from inhalation injuries along with burn injuries.


Citation: Sahu G, Behera P (2014) Fatal Laryngeal Oedema in Burns. J Trauma Treat 3:219.

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