BRAIN STEM LESIONS IN EARLY AND LATE DEATHS AFTER CLOSED HEAD INJURY

Dr. Sureshkumar Venkatachalam, Dr. Srisaravanan Jeevarajan

Abstract


This study was conducted to nd out whether the pathology of the
brain stem lesion are different in Early (<72 hrs) and late deaths(>72
hrs) following closed (Non-missile)head injury.


Keywords


Scan showed supratentorial lesions intervention

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