Match the lettered case histories/descriptions
with the numbered images 31-35.
A. 28-year-old trauma victim with a left subdural hematoma. After admission, patient developed a nonreactive, dilated left pupil.
B. Collapse and death moments after performance of a lumbar puncture in a patient with hydrocephalus.
C. 16-year-old gang member, deposited at emergency room dead. Examination revealed bitemporal skull defects and gross scalp hemorrhage.
D. Patient with alcoholic liver disease who fell, coming out of a bar, and hit his occiput.
E. 3 month-old baby admitted for lethargy following accidental fall. Radiograms reveal rib fractures of varying ages.
#33 is a longitudinal section of portion of the optic nerve and posterior part of the eye.
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