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Fat Embolism Syndromea 

Fat Embolism Syndromea
Fat Embolism Syndromea

Edward C. Rosenow

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date: 18 April 2021

Biopsy of these petechiae would show fat globules in the small arterioles. Such petechiae are theorized to occur only above the level of the diaphragm because the fat floats and is spun off in the aortic arch into the subclavian and innominate vessels

Within 48 hours of a long-bone fracture, the following develop (unrelated to direct trauma):...

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