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Hiperextensión cervical - Lesión craneoencefálica con lesión cerebral resultante

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Hiperextensión cervical - Lesión craneoencefálica con lesión cerebral resultante Demostración gráfica de la lesión craneoencefálica (golpe-contragolpe) resultante en lesión cerebral. Muestra las siguientes etapas: A. Cerebro normal; B. Cabeza impulsada hacia atrás con el cerebro impactando en la pared del cráneo; y C. Cabeza impulsada hacia adelante con el cerebro impactando en la pared craneal posterior. Contusiones hemorrágicas en los lóbulos temporales. Una ilustración final revela una hemorragia subaracnoide con contusiones en los lóbulos frontal y temporal.

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