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Jongewaard, W.R., Cogbill, T.H. and Landercasper, J. (1992) Neurologic Consequences of Traumatic Asphyxia. The Journal of Trauma, 32, 28-31.

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  • TITLE: An Unusual and Fatal Case of Perthes’ Syndrome

    AUTHORS: F. B. Balde, I. Oualil, I. Sidibe, T. Mukenge, A. Mahmoudi, M. Berdai, K. Khatalla, Y. Bouabdallah

    KEYWORDS: Perthes Syndrome, Traumatic Asphyxia, Complications, Lethal

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Pediatrics, Vol.10 No.3, September 11, 2020

    ABSTRACT: Perthes syndrome includes cervical and facial cyanosis, subconjunctival haemorrhage, petechial haemorrhages on the face, neck, and upper chest, secondary to chest compression. We report a clinical case of Perthes’ syndrome in 3-year-old boy victims of chest crush by a tractor. Clinical examination found: a Glasgow score at 13/15, polypnea, tachycardia, hypotension; wound of the occipital scalp, a low abundance of hematuria, deformation of the left lower limb. Body scan: bilateral pneumothorax and pulmonary contusions, left hemothorax; lacerations at the medial and upper renal pole grade IV, a low abundance of retroperitoneal hematoma, fracture of the left femur. Biological assessment showed major metabolic disturbances with severe acute rhabdomyolysis and multi-visceral failure. Without clinical improvement, the patient died after 36 hours of intensive care.