Drip Infusion Cholangiography with Computed Tomography in th
Case 1

A 5 year old boy was admitted at the emergency room after having been run over by a car. He sustained bilateral hemopneumothorax, bilateral pulmonary contusion, right kidney injury, an unstable pelvic ring fracture, and a right femoral neck fracture. He was intubated and fluid resuscitation was commenced. Bilateral chest tubes were inserted because of hemopneumothorax.

Case 2

An 11-year-old girl was admitted to a local community hospital after having fallen nearly 2 m onto solid concrete. A CT scan of the abdomen with intravenous contrast revealed a liver laceration and small amount of free intraperitoneal blood. Fluid resuscitation was commenced, and she was transferred to our hospital.
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