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In forensic examination injury is a noun to refer to injury caused by external forces and reactions of the body. There are many causes of injury (self-generated accidents) such as traffic accidents, work accidents, domestic accidents, self-inflicted accidents…. The form of damage is heavy, light, shallow, and deep depending on the characteristics, weight, direction and force of the impacted object. In accidents, traumatic brain injury is a serious injury that has many consequences for the victim such as mental disorder, post-traumatic depression syndrome, post-traumatic brain disease, epilepsy, dementia… More severely, brain stamping can be fatal. The study was conducted from 01/01/2015 to 30/09/2019 We collected 98 cases of victims who died with brain damage. According to our research, brain stamping at the affected place accounted for the highest percentage (76.5%), followed by fracture of skull fracture (38.8%), opposing brain stamping on the opposite side (18.4 %), cerebral suppression due to hernia (10.2%), cerebral suppression due to sudden increase and decrease in speed (4.1%), intermediate cerebral suppression (3.1%). Combined intracranial lesions accounted for the majority (56.3%).
Accident, Road trafic accident, head injurie, skull fracture, contre – coup fractures, forensic exam.
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