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Forensic medical examination to determine the severity of injuries

f) "the dislocation of the cervical vertebrae".
It also should include and cervical vertebral subluxations, if they were accompanied by serious or life-threatening symptoms;
C) "closed injuries of the spinal cord in the neck".
Refers to violations of the integrity of the spinal cord, bleeding in his substance or under the skin in the neck due to injury;
and) fracture or perelomova one or more of the thoracic or lumbar vertebrae with dysfunction of the spinal cord or clinically established shock severe".
These damages may be considered dangerous for life only when they really are accompanied by a life-threatening condition due to either mechanical destruction of the spinal cord, or embarrassment by his blood;
K) "closed injury of the thoracic, lumbar and sacral segments of the spinal cord, which was accompanied by a severe spinal shock or infringement of functions of pelvic organs";
l) "penetrating wounds of the pharynx, larynx, trachea, esophagus".
We are talking about open injuries of all layers of the wall of the pharynx, larynx, trachea, esophagus, regardless of whether it caused on the part of the skin or mucous membrane;
m) "closed fractures of the cartilages of the larynx and trachea with breaks mucosa, accompanied by severe shock or disorders of respiration or other life-threatening events."
Life-threatening, in addition to the above, should include also closed fractures of the cartilages of the larynx and trachea and without breaking mucosa, closed fractures of the hyoid bone, if they caused a life-threatening condition. A breathing disorder is life threatening if it led to deep hypoxia of the brain;
n) "wounds in the chest, penetrating into the pleural cavity, the pericardial cavity or fiber mediastinum, including without damage to internal organs."
Penetrating wounds should be considered as such under which these cavities are communicated with the external environment through the damaged parietal pleura or wall of the heart bags;
a) "the wounds of the abdomen, penetrating into the peritoneal cavity, including without damage to internal organs; open wounds in the pelvic organs, kidneys, adrenal glands, pancreas, and other); penetrating wounds of the bladder, the upper and middle divisions of the rectum";
p) "closed injuries of the chest or abdominal cavity, pelvis and retroperitoneal organs in the presence of life-threatening events."
It closed injuries of the organs located in the abdominal cavity, pelvis and retroperitoneal space, which in all cases should be considered dangerous to life, shall be assigned breaks, crush zone, lead lung bronchi, heart, liver, spleen, stomach, intestines, kidneys, pancreas, adrenal glands, ureters, urinary bladder, uterus, ovaries, webbed of the urethra, the prostate gland. Such damage these bodies, as bleeding under the capsule, in the parenchyma, ligaments, are dangerous to life only when they really are accompanied by a life-threatening condition;
p) open fractures of long tubular bones - shoulder, femoral and tibial.
Note. The severity of open fractures radial, ulnar, peroneal bone, and of open and closed injuries of large joints (shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee or ankle) is set depending on the resulting danger to life or on the grounds of persistent loss of ability to work".