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Case 80 

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Case 80
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Ellen Chung

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10.1093/med/9780199758968.003.0080
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date: 23 March 2019

3-month-old with enlarging head circumference.

Initial CT image (right) shows dense extraxial fluid (asterisks). On the right side, the gyri are compressed (arrow), while on the left, where the fluid is not dense, the gyri are not compressed (arrowhead). Most of the fluid on the left side is subarachnoid fluid, while the dense material causing gyral compression on the right is subdural hemorrhage....

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