(Received 9 June 1983; accepted 27 June 1983)
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Three examples of intravascular air caused by massive head trauma are presented. The basic types of air embolism are discussed and the pathophysiology in the three cases is offered. The association should be recognized to avoid misinterpretation of the radiographs.
Assistant professor of radiology, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA
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