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Fat embolism syndrome is most common after long bone or pelvic fractures, and less common among all other etiologies.
Jurkovich, "Fat embolism syndrome. A 10-year review," Archives of Surgery, vol.
Seamon, "Fat embolism syndrome," International Journal of Critical Illness & Injury Science, vol.
Douglas Biggar, "Fat Embolism Syndrome following minor trauma in Duchenne muscular dystrophy," Neuromuscular Disorders, vol.
We report a case of a male with nonconvulsive status epilepticus as first manifestation of fat embolism syndrome in the setting of orthopedic fixation of an acute right femur fracture after a motor vehicle accident.
"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." Complications from liposuction hit the headlines in 2009 when Denise Hendry, the wife of former Scotland footballer Colin Hendry, died after bacteria spread from her stomach to her brain causing meningitis.
Fat embolism syndrome without evidence of bone injury occurs in less than 3% cases.
[2.] Taviloglu , Yanar H: Fat Embolism Syndrome. Surgery Today, 2007, 37(1):5-8.
Diagnosis of fat embolism syndrome maybe difficult and is based on clinical findings and radiological images.
In most cases, FE and BME cause no or only minor clinical consequences and only few patients develop systemic complications, a condition usually known as Fat Embolism Syndrome (FES).
Fat embolism syndrome. Circulation 2015;131:317-20.
A provisional diagnosis of Fat Embolism Syndrome / ARDS was considered.