What other imaging would you like to look at with this scan?
In such a trauma with these injuries, you must look for bony injuries. This can be done by changing the windowing on your PACS monitor (shifting the range of voxels that are displayed) to better show up the denser materials such as bone. This is looked at in some of the other cases, but the next slide shows a 3D reconstruction of the skull fracture in this case.
Annotated coronal CT image demonstrating the large extracranial haematoma, large acute subdural haemorrhage with active bleeding, and areas of subarachnoid haemorrhage and focal parenchymal haemorrhage.