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Extensive Clean Edge Laceration Injury

Extensive clean edge laceration injury to the scalp!

Scalp lacerations are common injuries. Clinical evaluation should identify associated serious head injury, laceration of the galea, or bony defect of the skull. The scalp should be examined carefully to evaluate for signs of injury to the underlying structures. The layers of concern in the scalp include the subcutaneous tissue, galea aponeurosis, connective tissue and periosteum overlying the bone.

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