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CT analysis of missile head injury


Bešenski, Nada; Jadro-Šantel, Dubravka; Jelavić-Koić, Franka; Pavić, Dag; Mikulić, Dora; Glavina, Krešimir; Mašković, Josip.
CT analysis of missile head injury // Neuroradiology, 37 (1995), 3; 207-11 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
CT analysis of missile head injury

Autori
Bešenski, Nada ; Jadro-Šantel, Dubravka ; Jelavić-Koić, Franka ; Pavić, Dag ; Mikulić, Dora ; Glavina, Krešimir ; Mašković, Josip.

Izvornik
Neuroradiology (0028-3940) 37 (1995), 3; 207-11

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Adult; Brain Injuries; Cerebral Hemorrhage; Croatia; Female; Human; Male; Skull Fractures; Tomography; X-Ray Computed; War; Wounds; Gunshot
(Adult; Brian Injries; Cerebral Hemorhage; Croatia; Female; Human; Male; Skull Fractures; Tomography; X-Ray Computed; War; Wounds; Gunshot)

Sažetak
Betwen August 1991 and December 1992, CT was perfomed on 154 patients who had suffered missile head injury during the war in the Republic of Croatia. In 54% CT was performed 1-24 h after injury, and in 27% follew-up CT was also obtained. The wounds were penetrating, tangential or perforating (45%, 43% and 21%, respectively). Haemorrhage was the most frequent lesion in the brain (84%). Follow-up CT evolutin of haemorrhage, oedema, cerebritis, abscess, secondary vascular lesions, necrosis, encephalomalacia and hydrocephalus. The most dynamic changes occurred 7-14 days after injury. In 14% of cases, deep cerebal lesions were found in the corpus callosum, septum pellucidum periventricular region and pons, although bone and shell fragments were in a different part of the brain parenchyma. Such lesions were found in penetrating injuries only. CT proved very useful for assessing the extent and type of lesions. Although different mechanisms of brain damage in missile head injury are known, here they are, to the best of our knowledge, shown for the first time by CT.

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Bešenski, Nada; Jadro-Šantel, Dubravka; Jelavić-Koić, Franka; Pavić, Dag; Mikulić, Dora; Glavina, Krešimir; Mašković, Josip.
CT analysis of missile head injury // Neuroradiology, 37 (1995), 3; 207-11 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)
Bešenski, N., Jadro-Šantel, D., Jelavić-Koić, F., Pavić, D., Mikulić, D., Glavina, K. & Mašković, J. (1995) CT analysis of missile head injury. Neuroradiology, 37 (3), 207-11.
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@article{article, year = {1995}, pages = {207-11}, keywords = {Adult, Brian Injries, Cerebral Hemorhage, Croatia, Female, Human, Male, Skull Fractures, Tomography, X-Ray Computed, War, Wounds, Gunshot}, journal = {Neuroradiology}, volume = {37}, number = {3}, issn = {0028-3940}, title = {CT analysis of missile head injury}, keyword = {Adult, Brian Injries, Cerebral Hemorhage, Croatia, Female, Human, Male, Skull Fractures, Tomography, X-Ray Computed, War, Wounds, Gunshot} }

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