J A Cardeñosa

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The general classification of head injury proposed by Marshall et al., based on admission CT scan findings, might mask a group of patients who have Diffuse Brain Injury (DI) in addition to intracranial haematomas. The aim of this study was to assess possible differences in outcome with respect to the level of intracranial pressure (ICP) and cerebral(More)
OBJECT Patients with head injuries traditionally were categorized on the basis of whether their lesions appeared to be diffuse, focal, or mass lesions on admission computerized tomography (CT) scanning. In the classification of Marshall, et al., the presence of a hematoma (evacuated or not evacuated) is more significant than any diffuse injury (DI). The CT(More)
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