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Clinical Study

Progressive Epidural Hematoma in Patients with Head Trauma: Incidence, Outcome, and Risk Factors

Figure 1

Case 1. Progressive epidural hematoma in a 32-year-old man after motor vehicle collisions. (a), (b), and (c): Initial CT image obtained 2 hours after-injury, demonstrating a small epidural hematoma in the left frontal. (c), (d), and (e): The second CT scan obtained 6 hours after-injury revealed an unambiguous increase in hematoma size.
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