A young man sustained head injury as result of roadside accident. Examination and investigations revealed he had developed a midline frontal compound depressed fracture which was treated conservatively. He recovered well, but has developed post-traumatic epilepsy. The calvarial reshaping has occured over a period of time. See his CT head at time of injury and recent CT head.

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