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Hiperflexão e Hiperextensão Cervical com Lesão Cerebral

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Esta série de ilustrações médicas mostra uma lesão tipo chicote de hiperflexão e hiperextensão cervical resultando em lesão cerebral de contragolpe, que é uma lesão para o lado oposto do impacto inicial. Como o desenho mostra, quando a cabeça se movimenta para frente, o cérebro se choca com a parte interna posterior do crânio. De modo oposto, quando a cabeça se move rapidamente para trás, o cérebro bate no interior da frente do crânio.

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