BRAIN - Rupture of corpus callosum

A coronial section through the brain, showing blood clot in the lateral ventrical and in the third ventricle, with an area of periventricular haemorrhage on the left, and rupture of the corpus callosum.
This woman, at the age of 55, was as a pedestrian struck by a car. She suffered a compound fracture of both tibia, a fracture of the right femur, a fracture/dislocation of the right elbow, a fracture of the right hand and a fracture/dislocation of the 2nd and 3rd cervicle vertebrae. The skull was not fractured.