Deep intracerebral (basal ganglia) haematomas in fatal non-missile head injury in man.

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Deep intracerebral (basal ganglia) haematomas were found post mortem in 63 of 635 fatal non-missile head injuries. In patients with a basal ganglia haematoma, contusions were more severe, there was a reduced incidence of a lucid interval, and there was an increased incidence of road traffic accidents, gliding contusions and diffuse axonal injury than in… (More)

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@article{Adams1986DeepI, title={Deep intracerebral (basal ganglia) haematomas in fatal non-missile head injury in man.}, author={J. H. Adams and D{\'o}nal Doyle and Delyth Graham and A E Lawrence and D R Mclellan}, journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry}, year={1986}, volume={49 9}, pages={1039-43} }