What is the meaning of left frontal top epidural hematoma, widening of extracerebral space, left temporal parietal bone fracture, left frontal top subcutaneous soft tissue hematoma
Hello, the child may have subdural hematoma or temporal parietal bone fracture. This may be caused by trauma, or it is relatively serious. It is mainly to see the scope and size of the hematoma. If it is serious, it needs drilling and drainage. The head injury is still serious and still needs active treatment. wish you the best of health
From the picture, the child may have been injured, so it will lead to subcutaneous soft tissue hematoma, frontal epidural hematoma and fracture. What are the specific problems of these items after examination? You should contact the child's attending doctor to determine the next treatment.
It's clear that there are no ordinary Chinese characters in your description. The widening of extracerebral space is considered to be caused by epidural hematoma. To put it simply, the child also has a skull fracture. And a soft tissue hematoma.
The preliminary diagnosis of compound craniocerebral trauma. At present, this situation can be treated conservatively, closely observe the changes of the condition, and regularly recheck craniocerebral CT. If it is treated actively and effectively, the bleeding does not increase, the condition is not aggravated, and generally has no great impact after recovery. The subcutaneous soft tissue hematoma at the top of the left forehead is a scalp hematoma, which is generally caused by trauma. There may be a bulged mass at the top of the left forehead, which generally takes several weeks to absorb. I wish you a speedy recovery!