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Figure 5: Computed tomography scans of epidural hematoma at different time points. (a) Traumatic brain injury caused by damage to the TSS (transverse sigmoid sinus) in the posterior fossa with occipital bone fractures at 3 h post-injury; (b and c) Traumatic epidural hematoma straddling transverse sinus (TEHSTS) at 3 days post-injury after the evacuation of hematoma and decompressive craniectomy; (d and e) 3 days post-operation shows epidural hematoma volume significantly decreased; (f) TEHSTS at 5 days post-operation shows totally evacuated

Figure 5: Computed tomography scans of epidural hematoma at different time points. (a) Traumatic brain injury caused by damage to the TSS (transverse sigmoid sinus) in the posterior fossa with occipital bone fractures at 3 h post-injury; (b and c) Traumatic epidural hematoma straddling transverse sinus (TEHSTS) at 3 days post-injury after the evacuation of hematoma and decompressive craniectomy; (d and e) 3 days post-operation shows epidural hematoma volume significantly decreased; (f) TEHSTS at 5 days post-operation shows totally evacuated