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Pathologic Considerations in Head Injury Stanley M Aronson M D
Fracture of the Skull Jefferson Browder M D
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A. E. Walker abnormal abscess accident neurosis acute amnesia angiography Arch associated bilateral bleeding blood bone brain damage brain injury brain stem cause cerebral cerebral contusion cerebrospinal fluid cervical Charles C Thomas clinical closed head injuries clot compression concussion contusion cortex cortical cranial defect depressed fracture diagnosis disorders dura dural edema electroencephalogram epidural epidural hematoma evidence extradural hematoma factors focal following head injury frequently frontal function Gurdjian head trauma headache herniation infection internal carotid artery intracerebral intracranial pressure involved laceration lesion membrane mental middle meningeal middle meningeal artery nerve Neurol neurologic neurosis Neurosurg normal observed occipital occur paralysis parietal pathological patients penetrating percent psychiatric recovery region respiratory result rhinorrhea Russell scalp seizures sequelae sinus sinuses skull fracture spinal cord studies subarachnoid subdural hematoma subdural hemorrhage Surg surgical suture symptoms syndrome temporal lobe tion tissue treatment unconsciousness usually vascular venous ventricle vessels W. F. Caveness wounds