Intracranial glass penetration
J Trauma. Apr;60(4) Intracranial penetration of a glass piece through the temporal region in civilian head injury.
Sharma A(1), Pandey A, Diyora B.
[A temporal head injury involving intracranial penetration by glass]. - PubMed - NCBI
No Shinkei Geka. May;30(5) [A temporal head injury involving intracranial penetration by glass]. [Article in Japanese].
Nakagawa A(1), Su CC.
[A temporal head injury involving intracranial penetration by glass].
Intracranial Penetration of a Glass Piece Through the Temporal Region in Civilian Head Injury. Sharma, Alok MS, MCh ; Pandey, Ajay MS, MCh ; Diyora, Batuk.
Penetrating head injury - Wikipedia
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Description:Skull X-ray and CT studies disclosed a single, 5-cm long, radiopaque foreign body penetrating the temporal skull bone into the right temporal lobe, but no evidence of intracranial bleeding was found. As in closed head injury, intracranial pressure is likely to increase due to swelling or bleeding, potentially crushing delicate brain tissue. Since the clinical manifestations occasionally do not correspond to the appearance of the laceration after glass penetrating injuries, serious caution concerning patients with intracranial glass penetrating injuries is important. Physical and neurological examinations showed no abnormalities except for two lacerated wounds on both the right temporal scalp 1. Department of Neurosurgery, Shinjo Prefectural Hospital. Mechanisms[ edit ] An illustration of a brain after an "encircling" gunshot wound , showing the pattern of injury caused by the bullet's path In penetrating injury from high-velocity missiles, injuries may occur not only from initial laceration and crushing of brain tissue by the projectile , but also from the subsequent cavitation. The injury in penetrating brain trauma is mostly focal that is, it affects a specific area of tissue.