Image 10251: Deceleration Event and Diffuse Axonal Injury Illustration

Image 10251: Deceleration Event and Diffuse Axonal Injury Illustration
Image 10251: Deceleration Event and Diffuse Axonal Injury Illustration

Image 10251: Deceleration Event and Diffuse Axonal Injury Illustration

$300.00

This image shows a lateral force resulting in a traumatic brain injury. This image demonstrates the type of traumatic brain injury experienced by people in a side impact or “T-bone” motor vehicle collision. Optimal for temporal lobe damage in a traumatic brain injury.

Also demonstrated is a microscopic view of axonal shearing that occurs between the grey matter and white matter (which have different density and move at different velocities). A third image shows microscopic view of axonal shearing in traumatic brain injury.

This medical illustration is best used for demand letters on traumatic brain injury cases or in mediation, arbitration or trial on behalf of people who have sustained a traumatic brain injury.

 

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