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Model of epidural hematoma and an algorhythm for its development

, : Model of epidural hematoma and an algorhythm for its development. Zhurnal Voprosy Neirokhirurgii Imeni N. N. Burdenko: 42-46

Study of the development of intracranial hematomas by means of physical and mathematical models showed that the final volume of the hematoma depends on the diameter of the injured vessel, the strength and anatomical features of the fixation of the dura mater to the skull bones, the area of hematoma formation, and the formation of the draining tract along the veins of the dura mater. Examination of the hematoma mathematical model showed that the formation of lenticular hematomas is most likely in the region of the maximum curvature of the inner cranial surface. Stabilization of the physical parameters of the hematoma model is regulated by drainage through the venous system of the dura mater.


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