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Mechanische Traumen

  • M. Oehmichen
  • H. G. König
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Zusammenfassung

Die klinische Systematik der durch mechanische Gewalteinwirkung erzeugten Verletzungen des zentralen Nervensystems unterscheidet das offene von dem gedeckten Schädel-Hirn-Trauma. Aus morphologischer Sicht werden ferner traumatische Veränderungen des Hüllsystems von den Verletzungen des Parenchyms unterschieden sowie primäre von sekundären Veränderungen.

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