Diffuse axonal injury
GCS 3 post MVA
Loading Stack -
0 images remaining
Bilateral traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage, predominantly at the vertex but extending to the central sulci and pooling in the interpedencular fossa. Multiple small right temporal contusions. Right cerebellar hemisphere contusion. Corpus callosum and left internal capsule petechial hemorrhages. Features in keeping with DAI. Mild thickening of the falx cerebri, representing a likely small subdural hematoma.
Right scalp thickening and hematoma with soft tissue defect frontally and multiple hyperdense foreign bodies. Right periorbital hematoma.
No hydrocephalus or pneumocephalus. No skull fracture. Partial opacification of the paranasal sinuses.
Some of the classic sites for hemorrhage in DAI.
1 article features images from this case
22 public playlist includes this case
- FY neuroradiology teaching
- Rad revision
- 23 aug
- Emergency Radiology
- UQ Radiology video tutorial: Brain: Intraparenchymal haemorrhage
- ED - Neuro
- Neuro Viva Playlist
- kejsy 2
- Thursday teaching - neuro emergency
- Brain Bleeds
- Head trauma
- DAI and HIE
- UQ practice cases: Brain 4
- VV NEURO VIVA
- RANZCR midnight 2016
- Neuro viva
- Neuropsychiatry neuroimaging 2019