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HEAD INJURY(acute SDH)
Multipal areas of hemorrhagic contusion are noted in the bilateral cerebral hemisphere(L>R) and left lentiform nucleus. acute SDH is noted overlying the convexity of left cerebral hemisphere,measuring 70mm x 6.5mm in size. midline shift of about 6.5 mm is noted towards right side. Sub-arachnoid hemorrhage is noted in the cortical sulci of left cerebral hemisphere and left sylvian fissure is noted. third and lateral ventricles appear normal.
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Dr. Apoorva Kumar
Neurosurgeon 6 yrs exp Lucknow
looks like very severe head injury. keep under close watch in ICU setup......might need surgery too
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