The management of penetrating vascular injuries.


Vascular disruption secondary to penetrating head trauma is most commonly in the form of surgically treatable intracranial and intracerebral hemorrhage. This article discusses the management of major cerbrobascular lesions associated with penetrating injuries to the neck and cranial vault, excluding traumatic aneurysms.

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@article{Day1995TheMO, title={The management of penetrating vascular injuries.}, author={John D. Day and Michael L. Levy and Steven L. Giannotta}, journal={Neurosurgery clinics of North America}, year={1995}, volume={6 4}, pages={799-808} }