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One or more keywords matched the following properties of Early parenchymal contrast extravasation predicts subsequent hemorrhage progression, clinical deterioration, and need for surgery in patients with traumatic cerebral contusion.

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information resource reference Huang AP, Lee CW, Hsieh HJ, Yang CC, Tsai YH, Tsuang FY, Kuo LT, Chen YS, Tu YK, Huang SJ, Liu HM, Tsai JC. Early parenchymal contrast extravasation predicts subsequent hemorrhage progression, clinical deterioration, and need for surgery in patients with traumatic cerebral contusion. J Trauma. 2011 Dec; 71(6):1593-9.
label Early parenchymal contrast extravasation predicts subsequent hemorrhage progression, clinical deterioration, and need for surgery in patients with traumatic cerebral contusion.

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