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  1. The CT shows a defect in the left squamous temporal bone where the knife has penetrated, and a small sliver of bone lifted from the petrous temporal bone. There is opacity in the mastoid air cells due to blood. Not shown is a small temporal lobe haemorrhage. When you re-examine the patient you realise there is a knife entry point in front of her left ear.

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