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Penetrating chest wounds

Penetrating chest wounds: Introduction

Penetrating chest wounds: Multiple wounds in the chest caused by an object penetrating through the skin and into the chest cavity. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Penetrating chest wounds is available below.

Symptoms of Penetrating chest wounds

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Penetrating chest wounds: Complications

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Causes of Penetrating chest wounds

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  1. Penetrating chest wounds: Introduction
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