2008
DOI: 10.17986/blm.2008131670 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: SUMMARYOne of the most significant reasons of death or extended neurological deficits in the persons suffering head trauma of differing levels is the diffuse axonal damage (DAD). In autopsy cases, DAD diagnosis could be possible on the samples to be taken from suitable parts of the brain, by microscopic examination of the sections stained with Hematoxyline Eosin. But, in the posttraumatic period, in the cases who lived for a very short time, since the morphological findings of the damage has not fully formed, … Show more

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