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suggest that neurological injury following a roller coaster ride may occur
among elderly persons, those with known malformations within the brain and
spinal cord, and those receiving anticoagulant medications. We report a case
of multiple cerebral contusions and subarachnoid hemorrhage occurring in a
healthy person without known risk factors for these injuries following a roller
Hypointense lesion surrounded by hyperintensity (arrowhead) in the
right frontal pole and hyperintense lesion in the left temporal cortex (arrow)
represent areas of focal hemorrhage.
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