Human head and neck Skull fracture

Head injuries Most common cause of head injury is road traffic accidents. Cerebral injury is the most important injury. Imp scalp injuriesHead injuries Most common cause of head injury is road traffic accidents. Cerebral injury is the most important injury. Imp scalp injuries
Scalp injuries: scalp has a stretched skin so it makes it harder to differentiate between lacerated and incisional wounds. Skull fracture
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Single or multiple organ system failure. Skull fracture
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Head injury the head is very vulnerable to injury, often with severe consequences. It is particularly susceptible to acceleration/deceleration and rotational forces because it is heavy in relation to its sizeHead injury the head is very vulnerable to injury, often with severe consequences. It is particularly susceptible to acceleration/deceleration and rotational forces because it is heavy in relation to its size
Kg, avg 5 kg or 10 lb, is freely mobile in 3 dimensions and occupies a relatively unstable position, being secured only by the neck muscles and ligaments. Skull fracture
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Base of Skull FractureBase of Skull Fracture
Skull fracture
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