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Scalp Laceration and Brain Injury with Damage to the Axons - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing, Anatomy Illustration



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12/4/20
Scalp Laceration and Brain Injury with Damage to the Axons - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Scalp Laceration and Brain Injury with Damage to the Axons - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit describes widespread traumatic injuries in a young girl. It begins with an anterior upper body portrait with the bones and affected organs visible beneath the skin. This image shows the head laceration and left frontal bone fracture, right lung contusion, left forearm contusion, and multiple pelvic fractures. Next, an anterior view of the skull shows the left frontal bone and left orbital fractures. A cross sectional view of the head shows the scattered subarachnoid hemorrhage. Finally, an inset describes the diffuse axonal injuries by showing a normal nerve cell and one in which the axon is twisted and torn due to trauma.

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