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Middle Meningeal Artery Rupture
Temporal Bone Fracture
Hematoma Between Skull And Dura Mater
Lens-shaped on CT
Does Not Cross Suture Lines
Tear of Bridging Veins
Slow Bleeding, Over Time
Crescent-shaped on CT
Crosses Suture Lines
Abusive Head Trauma (Shaken Baby Syndrome)
Bleeding into Subarachnoid Space
Vasospasm causes Ischemia
Signs & Symptoms
"Worst Headache Of My Life"
Noncontrast Head CT
Blood Pressure Control
Intracranial Pressure Control
Nimodipine for Vasospasm Prophylaxis
Anterior Cerebral Artery
Contralateral paralysis of lower limb
Contralateral loss of sensation in lower limb
Middle Cerebral Artery
Contralateral paralysis upper limb and face
Contralateral loss of sensation of upper limb and face
Affects Wernicke's area and Broca's area
Aphasia if Lesion in Dominant (Left) Hemisphere
Hemineglect if lesion in nondominant (right) hemisphere
Circle of Willis
Anterior Cerebral Artery (ACA) Supplies Motor/Sensory Parts of the Cortex for Lower Extremities
Anterior Communicating Artery (Acomm) Connects ACA to ACA
Internal Carotid Arteries (ICA)
Middle Cerebral Arteries (MCA) Supply Cortex for Upper Limbs and Face
Posterior Communicating Artery (Pcomm) Connects ICA to PCA
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