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A Tribute to Dr. David Feliciano: Case of the Month Series

In honor of the life and work of Dr. David Feliciano, who passed away on January 4, 2024, Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open is pleased to present the entirety of Dr. Feliciano’s Case of the Month series. As an Associate Editor for TSACO, Dr. Feliciano brought to the journal his many years of experience in the field. Recognizing Dr. Feliciano’s vast clinical expertise and world-renowned skill as an educator, Dr. Tim Fabian, founding Editor-in-Chief of TSACO, invited him to contribute his most interesting (and unusual) cases to the journal, which he did with a series of over two dozen cases published during the years 2018 to 2022. David V Feliciano. Blunt injury to the popliteal artery. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Sep 2018, 3(1) e000215 David V Feliciano. Ancient history. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Sep 2018, 3(1) e000221 David V Feliciano. Leftovers. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Nov 2018, 3(1) e000273 Alejandro Chavarriaga, Amy Wyrzykowski, David V Feliciano. Minimally invasive surgery? Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Dec 2018, 3(1) e000290 David V Feliciano. Alternate route. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Mar 2019, 4(1) e000299 David V Feliciano. Dangerous parking deck. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. May 2019, 4(1) e000327 Melike Harfouche, Thomas M Scalea, David V Feliciano. Complex penetrating cervical wound. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Jul 2019, 4(1) e000354 Melike Harfouche, David V Feliciano. Gunshot wound to big blue. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Aug 2019, 4(1) e000368 David V Feliciano. Shotgun wound to manubrium sterni, right anterior neck, and right supraclavicular area. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Mar 2020, 5(1) e000454 David V Feliciano. Long-term intra-arterial shunt. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Jun 2020, 5(1) e000486 David V Feliciano. Gunshot wound to big red. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Aug 2020, 5(1) e000506 Kathryn Tchorz, Grace Rozycki, David V Feliciano. Prosthetic graft infection after vascular trauma. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Nov 2020, 5 (1) e000547 David V Feliciano. Trauma surgeon as thoracic surgeon. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Dec 2020, 5(1) e000658 Melike Harfouche, David V Feliciano. Intrahepatic vascular trauma. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Jan 2021, 6(1) e000675 David J Skarupa, David V Feliciano. Beware the circular saw. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Mar 2021, 6(1) e000704 Sayuri P Jinadasa, Michael R Hall, David V Feliciano. Endovascular stent-graft repair of transected left subclavian artery. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Mar 2021, 6(1) e000696 David J Skarupa, Matthew P Kochuba, David V Feliciano. Arterial and venous injuries: the combined injury conundrum. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Apr 2021, 6(1) e000746 David V Feliciano. Needs damage control. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Jun 2021, 6(1) e000757 David V Feliciano. Balloons are not just for children. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Aug 2021, 6(1) e000808 David V Feliciano. Salvage of the injured upper extremity. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Sep 2021, 6(1) e000799 Sayuri P Jinadasa, David V Feliciano. Management of a penetrating injury to the carotid artery. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Nov 2021, 6(1) e000857 David V Feliciano, Steven D Schwaitzberg, Joseph J DuBose. Aortoduodenal fistula after repair of a stab injury to the abdominal aorta. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Jan 2022, 7(1) e000882; DOI: 10.1136/tsaco-2022-00088 David V Feliciano, Grace F Rozycki. Shotgun wound to the left groin. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Feb 2022, 7(1) e000887 David V Feliciano. Wrong incisions. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Apr 2022, 7(1) e000935 David V Feliciano. Where is the femoral vein? A vascular case report. Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open. Jul 2022, 7(1) e000979