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Hiperflexión cervical e hiperextensión con lesión cerebral

ID: exhR0008es
Esta serie de ilustraciones médicas muestran una hiperflexión cervical y lesión de hiperextensión por latigazo resultante de una lesión de contragolpe al cerebro, que es una lesión al lado opuesto del impacto inicial. Como muestran las imágenes, cuando la cabeza se mueve hacia adelante, el cerebro golpea el interior de la parte posterior del cráneo. Por el contrario, cuando la cabeza se mueve hacia atrás rápidamente, el cerebro golpea el interior de la parte frontal del cráneo.

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