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Whiplash Injury

Whiplash Injury

 

Whiplash Injury
Image Number: 156-176
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Title: Whiplash Injury
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Dramatically depicts the mechanism of a closed head injury with a side-to-side whiplash motion. Shows a front view of the head with the brain in normal position. Injury steps: 1. Head and neck moving violently to the person's right, with the left fronto-temporal region impacting the inner surface of the skull; 2. Head and neck moving violently to the left, with the right fronto-temporal region impacting the inner skull; and 3. Resulting brain damage to the right and left fronto-temporal regions of the brain. May be customized by editing labels, or by combining artwork with graphics from our 15,000 image library.

 
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