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Acute hemorrhagic contusion

Case contributed by Dr Hidayatullah Hamidi


Head trauma 12 hours back

Patient Data

Age: 3 years
Gender: Male

Acute hemorrhagic contusion is noted in the right frontal lobe in cortical topography.

No subdural, epidural or intracerebral hematoma formation. 

Case Discussion

Cerebral hemorrhagic contusions is common in the setting of head injury and are usually seen in the convexities of the frontal lobes.

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Case information

rID: 63660
Published: 12th Oct 2018
Last edited: 12th Oct 2020
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