Clinical Case Study of a Patient Treated for a Cranio-cerebral Wound by Shooting
Keywords:Examination, CT, intraparenchymal
A clinical case study was performed on a 27-year-old patient, hospitalized and treated at the Neurosurgery Department of the County Emergency Clinical Hospital, Constanta for a cranio-cerebral wound by shooting, with a brain laceration, following a suicide attempt.
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