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Blunt Trauma to the Head Resulting in Brain Damage
Blunt Trauma to the Head Resulting in Brain Damage

This medical exhibit begins with a cross sectional view of the head illustrates the brain injuries in greater detail. This image shows the regions of hemorrhagic contusion and intracranial hemorrhage. rnrnFinally, one sagittal (side cut-away) view of the head illustrates the resulting uncal herniation with arrows symbolizing the increased intracranial pressure forcing the brain stem and mid-brain down into the foramen magnum causing contusion and infarction of the brain stem.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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