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Figure 2–1. An area of cortical laceration secondary to a penetrating head injury. In this case the penetrating injury was a metal rod that entered the brain in the occipital region (arrow) and extended through the brain, exiting in the inferior frontal region.
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Table 2–1. Mechanisms of traumatic brain injury
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Table 2–2. Classification of traumatic brain injury

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