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Head Injuries in Great Britain Some Facts and Figures 2026
The Reticular System With particular reference
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abnormal abscess accident activity acute anatomical angiography associated basal bilateral bleeding blood bone brain damage brain injury brain stem burr holes cause cells cent centre cerebrospinal fluid clinical clot compression concussion consciousness contusion cortex cortical cranial defect depressed fracture develop diagnosis dura dura mater dural evidence extradural haemorrhage fibres fistula flap focal fossa fracture line fragments frontal frontal air sinus frontal lobe generalised graft headache hemisphere important incision infarction infection internal carotid artery intracerebral intracranial laceration later lesions linear fracture lobe localised mechanisms middle meningeal muscle nerve neurological neuronal Neurosurg normal nucleus occasionally occipital occur oedema operation paralysis patient post-traumatic epilepsy posterior pressure produce Psychiat radiography recovery region result reticular formation scalp seizures severe side sinus sinuses skin skull subarachnoid subdural haematoma subdural space surface surgical suture tear temporal temporal lobe tissue treatment unconsciousness usually vault venous ventricle vessels white matter wound