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Open brain injury

Open craniocerebral injury refers to the damage of skull and dura, and the brain tissue is directly or indirectly connected with the outside world. It accounts for about 17% of craniocerebral injury. In peacetime, it is mostly caused by sharp and blunt weapon strike, falling injury and falling injury, while in wartime, it is mostly caused by firearms. The clinical manifestations vary widely due to the causes, methods and violence of the injury, but most of them have varying degrees of coma, bleeding in the wound and wound tract, focal brain symptoms and easy to be complicated with infection, especially firearm craniocerebral injury. Most of them have serious injury, rapid change, poor curative effect, many sequelae and high mortality.


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