Scalp avulsion injuries are one of the life-threatening traumatic injuries. There are no clear guidelines to determine which reconstructive method is superior to another in each condition. Our case demonstrates that relatively primitive methods like skin grafting can give greater results if done with circumspection.
Subdural empyema is a rare intracranial infection with an accumulation of purulent material between the dura and arachnoid matter. We report a case of 17 years old presented with altered conscious level .CSF analysis showed increased WBCS. His situation has improved after treating by acyclovir, ceftriaxone, vancomycin and dexamethasone.
We report a rare case of a 50-year-old female with covid19 presented to the emergency department where supplementary oxygen is delivered via non-invasive face mask ventilation. x-ray imaging performed the existence of pneumoperitoneum. CT scan was not applicable due to the advanced status of the paient.