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24 hours PTA acute haematoma acute intracranial haematoma adults amnesia analysis anticonvulsants associated brain damage compound depressed fracture cranioplasty days-3 months develop late epilepsy Dura intact dural tearing duration of PTA early epilepsy early fits epilepsy after depressed epilepsy beginning epilepsy occurred epilepsy rate extradural haematoma factors I2 Feature Feature present febrile convulsions focal attacks focal motor focal signs follow-up fracture or haematoma Frequency Frontal bone head injury incidence of early incidence of epilepsy incidence of late Jennett missile injuries non-focal non-missile injuries NS 4-12 months NS Focal NS P NS onset of late Oxford series Parietal bone patients with early post-traumatic post-traumatic epilepsy present series present study prolonged PTA PTA>24 hours reported risk of epilepsy risk of late seizures significant single fits status epilepticus Stowsand subarachnoid haemorrhage temporal lobe temporal lobe epilepsy traumatic epilepsy trivial injuries types of injury week after injury Weiss and Caveness