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Skull Fracture and Traumatic Brain Injury
Skull Fracture and Traumatic Brain Injury

This exhibit features the following images on one 30"x40" board:rn1. Anterior portrait view with post-fall swelling to the eye and right side of the temporo-parietal region of the head. The right side skull appears ghosted within the head and labeled as to the right temporal skull fracture and underlying hematoma.rn2. Axial film print showing the brain and hematoma.rn3. Axial film interpretation clearly illustrating the skull and brain to reveal the epidural temporo-parietal hematoma with mass effect on the adjacent brain.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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