An intracranial wooden foreign body without neurological findings: case report.

Abstract

We encountered an unusual case of an intracranial wooden stick penetrating through the frontal bone, without remarkable neurological findings. That foreign body was shown to be a low-density area similar to an intracranial air pocket by a standard computed tomogram. Here we discuss the potential hazards of intracranial wooden foreign bodies and emphasize… (More)

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@article{Yano1995AnIW, title={An intracranial wooden foreign body without neurological findings: case report.}, author={Hirohisa Yano and Goshi Nishimura and Kenji Sakamoto and N Tanaka and Seiji Dazai and Atsushi Hirano}, journal={The Journal of trauma}, year={1995}, volume={38 5}, pages={830-2} }