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Patterns of Head Injury
Primary Mechanical Factors in Head Injury Patterns
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accident activity acute appearance associated becomes bleeding blood blow bone brain damage brain stem cause cerebral changes CHAPTER clinical clot common complete complications compression concussion condition confusion consciousness considerable continued cranial nerve damage defect depression difficulties direction disturbance dura early effect evidence examination extent extradural haemorrhage factors fluid fossa fracture fragments frequently frontal given haematoma haemorrhage head injury headache hospital immediate impact important increased indicate infection initial intracranial intracranial pressure involved laceration later lesions lines localized loss maintained mechanisms meningitis middle movement nature necessary nerve neurological observed obtained occur operation pass pathological patient pattern period physical placed possible present pressure processes produce progress radiographs recovery region removal respiratory response result rise scalp seen severe side significant signs situation skull space stage subdural subdural haematoma temperature temporal tube usually vessels wound