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Severe Acute Hyponatremia vs. Actual Condition
Severe Acute Hyponatremia vs. Actual Condition

This medical exhibit features two similar sectional views of the head and brain comparing the typical presentation in a case of severe acute hyponatremia with the actual condition based specifically on the CT scans. The first image illustrates a brain with severe cerebral edema consistent with acute hyponatremia. The second images based on a specific tracing of one CT scan showing that no swelling was present.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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