Modality: MRI (T2)

- “ The location of the bleeding is typical, as it often shows in places of asperty of the inner skull surface, i.e. foremost frontobase and temporal ...”

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  • Cerebral haemorrhagic contusion - “ Cerebral haemorrhagic contusions are a type of intracerebral haemorrhage and are common in the setting of significant head injury. They are usuall...”

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