Boxing. Medical aspects by Friedrich Unterharnscheidt

By Friedrich Unterharnscheidt

This booklet neither argues for or opposed to the continuation of boxing, yet lays out the literature and the physique of clinical wisdom which are essential to offer a significant history for the resultant debate. It offers a complete source should you are all for regulating boxing and those that take part without delay, in addition to for the scientific and medical groups. contains rigorously quoted case histories and study in addition to an intensive physique of scientific literature on boxing accidents to illustrate that mind harm is a traditional end result of boxing.

* offers in-depth research of the phenomenon of "punch drunkness"
* contains precise case histories of the medical and pathomorphological findings exposed by way of present clinical research
* broadly reports scientific literature

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The hemorrhage usually shows a rather pale stain using the Nissl technique, whereby the tissue appears somewhat lighter, simulating 'paling' (SPATZ), characteristic of necrosis. There is no firm evidence of ghal changes in this early stage of the process (Fig. 40 a - c). Second stage: resorption and organization. If the impact has been survived for several hours, the effused blood pigment is grossly visible as a diffusion halo around each hemorrhage. After twelve hours survival, the outlines of the foci become visible.

Hemorrhoge and laceration of brain Horizontal 'Sagilfal IMPACT Fig. 48. Theories concerning the mechanism of coup and contrecoup cerebral damage. The skull deformation shown in the diagram representing the theory of transmitted waves of force has not been described in all of the writings on this theory but is included for the sake of simplicity (FromPUDENZ, SHELDEN, 1946). LERM10N PRESSURE GRADIENT Fig. 49. Tensile stress gradient developed in the fluid contained in a closed tube because of acceleration produced by impact to one end.

From MITTELBACH, 1929). 36 Introduction Fig. 46. Man. Closed head injury with fracture of the base of the skull, suffered 36 years before death occurred. Extensive so-called cortical contusions in the third or defect stage. Located in the frist, second, and third temporal lobe of the right cerebral hemisphere. Total loss of neurons in Sommer's sector (hi) at (a). Nissl technique immediately surrounding the blow can be explained, according to GROSS, in the following manner: A sharp nonpenetrating blow to the skull (Fig.

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