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8/8/20
Traumatic Head Injuries - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Traumatic Head Injuries - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This medical exhibit features four images providing a more detailed and comprehensive view of the various head injuries in this case. The following specific images are included: Anterior facial portrait revealing the facial swelling, contusions and lacerations, Anterior skull view revealing the nasal, orbital, zygomatic facial fractures and the depressed fracture of the parietal/temporal region, Anterior cut-away view of the skull revealing the brain and the side wall of the skull revealing the depressed left parietal/temporal region of the brain,Cross sectional view of the head providing a detailed view of the regions of hemorrhage and the overall brain swelling.

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