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Bilateral occipitotemporal bone fracture.

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Description Of Condition:

Bilateral occipitotemporal bone fracture, swelling and increased density of subcutaneous soft tissue at the left top and left zygoma. Striped high-density shadow and a little gas accumulation can be seen under the cranial plate of the right frontotemporal occipital part, patchy high-density shadow can be seen in the right temporal angle, and the density of local cerebral sulcus is increased. No obvious enlargement of ventricular system, no deepening and widening of sulcus and fissure; The midline structure is in the middle without displacement.

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