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Every year in the US, over 100,000 people are shot, among these victims almost a third die from whereas the others may have lasting deficits. About 50% of patients that survive all GSW trauma will have adverse effects after treatment. In this study Olajide Olatidoye (@olajide_o2) and his co-authors from The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University investigated the prevalence of penetrating cerebrovascular injury and the association with certain fracture patterns of the skull in regard to ballistic trauma. Fracture patterns may discern specific types of cerebrovascular injury and from this, quicker evaluations may be made to prevent traumatic brain injury from facial gunshot wounds. Prevalence Of Penetrating Cerebrovascular Injuries In Craniofacial Ballistic Trauma Olajide Olatidoye, BS @olajide_o2; Joshua Scarcella, BS @jscrappyy; Duy Huynh, BS @u_e95; Yifan Guo, MD The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University

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