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Hiperextensión cervical - Lesión cerrada en la cabeza del frente hacia atrás

ID: exhR0058es
Representación exacta de una lesión cerrada en la cabeza con un movimiento de hiperextensión del frente hacia atrás. Muestra la cabeza y el cerebro en posición normal con etiquetas para el cráneo, duramadre, cerebro, discos intervertebrales, médula espinal, tronco cerebral, cerebelo y región occipital. Etapas de la lesión: 1. Cabeza y cuello en hiperextensión con la región frontal impactando la superficie interna del cráneo; 2. Cabeza y cuello en hiperflexión con la región occipital impactando el cráneo; y 3. Daño cerebral resultante en las regiones frontales y occipitales del cerebro

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