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Computed tomography after mild head trauma in dogs


Computed tomography after mild head trauma in dogs



Veterinary Record 151(8): 243



ISSN/ISBN: 0042-4900

PMID: 12219903

DOI: 10.1136/vr.151.8.243

The medical records of 10 dogs admitted to the hospital within 24 h after head trauma, with complete neurological examinations upon admission and with a modified Glasgow Coma Scale (MGCS) of 15-18 and subjected to computed tomography (CT) were analysed. There were abnormalities in 9 cases, including fractures in 8 cases (89%), hydrocephalus in 4 cases (44%), parenchymal damage in 3 cases (33%), haemorrhage in 1 case (11%) and mass effect in 1 case (11%).

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