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While generally a safe procedure, it is important to consider the potential of fat embolism syndrome (FES) as a diagnosis in the post-procedure period.
Fat embolism syndrome without evidence of bone injury occurs in less than 3% cases.
1) We present an uncommon case of clinical significance, where a boy aged 10 years, suffered from fat embolism syndrome after fall from tree, without any objective evidence of injury to bone or soft tissue.
On these grounds the diagnosis of fat embolism syndrome (FES) was made and patient was managed accordingly.
Occasionally, non-traumatic pathologies can be responsible for the fat embolism syndrome (2).
Diagnosis of fat embolism syndrome maybe difficult and is based on clinical findings and radiological images.
Early surgical fixation of long bone fractures prevents motion at the fracture site and decreases the incidence of the fat embolism syndrome (6).
Inflammatory responses to neutral fat and fatty acids in multiple organs in a rat model of fat embolism syndrome.
Specificity of broncho-alveolar lavage for the diagnosis of fat embolism syndrome.
Mr Goose went on: "Further testing confirmed that Sanam had died as a result of fat embolism syndrome, caused as a result of the untreated fractures to the thighbones of the left and right legs.
Although the diagnosis of fat embolism syndrome is usually based on clinical findings, we describe ill-defined centrilobular and subpleural nodules in addition to ground-glass opacities and consolidation on a computed tomography scan of the chest in a trauma patient with fat embolism syndrome.
Fat embolism syndrome is a rare, poorly understood but serious complication which occurs after the direct entry of fat globules into the systemic circulation.