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Special Feature
October 1999

Radiological Case of the Month

Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 1999;153(10):1103-1104. doi:

Figure 1. Cranial sonographic scan on day 1 of life. The coronary section reveals a right intracerebral hemorrhage with a clearly visible incision channel (about 5-6 cm) stretching as far as 1 cm beyond the falx cerebri and a subdural hematoma on the right.

Figure 2. Cranial sonographic scan on day 55 of life. The sagittal section shows the right choroid plexus nearly completely cut off by the knife.

Figure 3. Cranial computed tomographic scan on day 1 of life. Hyperdensity is seen in the bleeding zone, with the incision channel from the right and a subdural hematoma.

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