ⓘ Duret haemorrhages

                                     

ⓘ Duret haemorrhages

Duret haemorrhages are small linear areas of bleeding in the midbrain and upper pons of the brainstem. They are caused by a traumatic downward displacement of the brainstem.

They are named after Henri Duret.

                                     
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  • syndrome can cause a range of impairments including locked - in syndrome. Duret haemorrhages are areas of bleeding in the midbrain and upper pons due to a downward
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