symptoms occur when fat globules block vessels within the lung (i.e. Pulmonary embolism) or the cerebral vasculature (i.e. Stroke). Fat embolism after bone fracture generally occurs in the first 3-4 days post fracture and commonly manifests with the signs and symptoms of pulmonary embolism.
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... eye J. R. Cowley and C. J. Lambertsen The superficial isobaric gas counterdiffusion phenomenon, which produces dermal lesions and lethal gas embolism , was investigated at sea level and 2 ATA for effects on the eye of the New Zealand White rabbit. The animals breathed an N2O-O2 mixture by ...
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