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    A lateral blow to the area of the temporal fossa can cause an extradural hematoma.

    What is an extradural hematoma?
    What artery or arteries have been injured?
    What possible complication can occur if the hematoma occurs within the area of the pterion on the left side of the temporal fossa.

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    A lateral blow to the area of the temporal fossa can cause an extradural hematoma. What is an extradural hematoma? What artery or arteries have been injured? What possible complication can occur if the hematoma occurs within the area of the pterion on the left side of the temporal ...

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    The expert determines what is an extradural hematoma. Artery or arteries that have been injured are determined.

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