Surgical Outcomes for Trauma-Related Conditions
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With the resources below, learn more about Mass General's approach to treating a variety of conditions resulting from trauma and what to expect when you come to Mass General for care.
The Trauma Program within the Division of Trauma, Emergency Surgery and Surgical Critical Care at Mass General treats patients with the most critical traumatic injuries.
Our team of highly trained surgeons, who work collaboratively with critical care specialists from departments throughout Mass General, provide non-trauma emergency surgical treatment.
The Surgical Critical Care Program treats patients who are critically ill with life-threatening conditions not caused by an injury, such as ulcers, obstructions and appendicitis.
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