A wide range of appearances are seen on CT head scans performed for severe head injury. A large proportion of trauma head scans follow road traffic accidents. Haemorrhage is frequently seen in more than one compartment (Fig. 5.35) demonstrates traumatic subarachnoid blood and subdural blood in the same patient. This patient sustained a severe injury and the follow-up scan (Fig. 5.36) demonstrates several pockets of air
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