Alison Jaworski, MD
Yes we learned most this as a 4th year med student... but sometimes reviewing the basics can remind us of some important details we've forgotten. That's what back-to-basics is for! Here we review different types of intracranial hemorrhages.
My usual response to skin tears? These are as basic as you can get. But - when large, under tension, or with a poorly viable skin flap, they can be quite problematic. So let's go back to the basics of skin tears and discuss their management.