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    October 07, 2014

    When he drank alcohol he became abusive and violent, especially toward his ex wife. He had recently served a 2 year jail term for domestic battery and had moved in with his parents following his release. The parents had a long history - http://Photo.net/gallery/tag-search/search?query_string=history of paying his bills and bailing him out of jail.

    So what exactly is an Epidural Hematoma? It is a blood accumulation between the outside lining of the brain (dura) and the skull. When a person sustains a blow to the skull through either a fall or healthresource4u.com - http://www.healthresource4u.com/splenic-flexure-syndrome-causes-pictures... it can cause the blood vessels that nourish the brain and dura to rupture. When this occurs the bleeding accumulates. There is absolutely no extra room within the skull to allow the brain to swell (without surgical intervention) and therefore the brain is pressed against the skull causing catastrophic injury. Often times the swelling will press down upon the brain stem causing lethal respiratory, heart rate and temperature variances. Only if there is immediate emergency evaluation and intervention can there be a positive outcome.

    Iritis can cause pain, burning, and aching in the eye and surrounding area. Headaches are also common as is blurred vision and photophobia. Often the pupil of the affected eye will be smaller than the pupil of the unaffected eye.

    Police and fire department personnel arrived to find the boy unresponsive, lying on the living room floor. They performed CPR while awaiting an ambulance.

    Diagnosis by your veterinarian would include first a complete physical examination. Testing will include a neurological exam, a funduscopic exam (lighted instrument that views the pupils of the eyes), a urinalysis, blood tests (blood count), serum profile to evaluate blood sugar, bile acid tests for liver function, and fecal exam. Further testing depends on the results of these lab tests and may include a CT scan (computerized tomography) or an MRI ( magnetic resonance - http://Statigr.am/tag/magnetic+resonance imaging). The MRI is more perceptive than CT scan for examining the brain.

    Gunshot wounds: As the name clearly states, these are wounds that are a result of a bullet or something similar (projectile driven) entering or passing through the body. A gunshot could result in more than one wound to the body. At the point of entrance and one when it exits. These are also called through and through wounds.

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When he drank alcohol he became abusive and violent, especially toward his ex wife. He had recently served a 2 year jail term for domestic battery and had moved in with his parents following his release. The parents had a long history - http://Photo.net/gallery/tag-search/search?query_string=history of paying his bills and bailing him out of jail.

So what exactly is an Epidural Hematoma? It is a blood accumulation between the outside lining of the brain (dura) and the skull. When a person sustains a blow to the skull through either a fall or healthresource4u.com - http://www.healthresource4u.com/splenic-flexure-syndrome-causes-pictures... it can cause the blood vessels that nourish the brain and dura to rupture. When this occurs the bleeding accumulates. There is absolutely no extra room within the skull to allow the brain to swell (without surgical intervention) and therefore the brain is pressed against the skull causing catastrophic injury. Often times the swelling will press down upon the brain stem causing lethal respiratory, heart rate and temperature variances. Only if there is immediate emergency evaluation and intervention can there be a positive outcome.

Iritis can cause pain, burning, and aching in the eye and surrounding area. Headaches are also common as is blurred vision and photophobia. Often the pupil of the affected eye will be smaller than the pupil of the unaffected eye.

Police and fire department personnel arrived to find the boy unresponsive, lying on the living room floor. They performed CPR while awaiting an ambulance.

Diagnosis by your veterinarian would include first a complete physical examination. Testing will include a neurological exam, a funduscopic exam (lighted instrument that views the pupils of the eyes), a urinalysis, blood tests (blood count), serum profile to evaluate blood sugar, bile acid tests for liver function, and fecal exam. Further testing depends on the results of these lab tests and may include a CT scan (computerized tomography) or an MRI ( magnetic resonance - http://Statigr.am/tag/magnetic+resonance imaging). The MRI is more perceptive than CT scan for examining the brain.

Gunshot wounds: As the name clearly states, these are wounds that are a result of a bullet or something similar (projectile driven) entering or passing through the body. A gunshot could result in more than one wound to the body. At the point of entrance and one when it exits. These are also called through and through wounds.