State of the art: Noninvasive imaging and management of neurovascular trauma

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Abstract

Neurotrauma represents a significant public health problem, accounting for a significant proportion of the morbidity and mortality associated with all traumatic injuries. Both blunt and penetrating injuries to cervicocerebral vessels are significant and are likely more common than previously recognized. Imaging of such injuries is an important component in the evaluation of individuals presenting with such potential injuries, made all the more important since many of the vascular injuries are clinically silent. Management of injuries, particularly those caused by blunt trauma, is constantly evolving. This article addresses the current state of imaging and treatment of such injuries.

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Ray, C. E., Spalding, S. C., Cothren, C. C., Wang, W. S., Moore, E. E., & Johnson, S. P. (2007). State of the art: Noninvasive imaging and management of neurovascular trauma. World Journal of Emergency Surgery. https://doi.org/10.1186/1749-7922-2-1

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