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重症頭腦外傷의 結果 硏究 A Study of Outcome from Severe Head Injuries

이화의대지 1978년 1권 4호 p.269 ~ 275
지선호,
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이화여자대학교 의과대학 신경외과학교실

Abstract


The purpose of this paper is to report the outcome in 100 patients operated´ on at the Ewha Womans University Hospital for severe head injuries as defined. by the Glasgow Coma Scale.
The diagnostic categories of all patients were epidural hematoma(30%), subdural hematoma(19%); intracerebral hematoma(45vo), cerebral contusion(18%), subdural hygroma(7%); and epidural and subdural hematoma(2254;).
The overall outcome following severe head injuries was as follows: 68% made a good- recovery or were moderately disabled, 10% were severely disabled or left vegetative, and 225o died.
. The outcome from severe head injuries seemed to become worse with advancing age or pupillary change.
The value of the Coma Scale is evidenced from the fact that all of the patients who did poorly or died had 4 or less points and all of the patients who scored 5 points or better did well.

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