Diffuse Axonal Injury

The third T in the 3T trauma framework (see cases on epidural hematoma and penetrating trauma) refers to “other targets” and concerns delayed complications of traumatic brain injury. These competitions include hydrocephalus,... Read more »

Non-penetrating head trauma

Trauma is the sixth leading cause of death world wide. Non-penetrating head trauma is the most common form of trauma and involves forces that impact but do not penetrate the parenchyma. Motor... Read more »

Penetrating Head Trauma

Trauma accounts for approximately 1 in 3 ER visits nationwide and is a major public health problem. It is the leading cause of death amongst youth and young adults and a major... Read more »