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BOF: 2.92

An 18-year-old male is admitted with a history of progressive drowsiness. The previous day he had been seen in the accident and emergency department where he had presented with a history of a head injury after being involved in a brawl in a nightclub.

As he had been well with no neurological signs, he had been discharged with instructions to take paracetamol if he developed a headache.

On examination he was drowsy but there were no localising signs.

What is the likely cause of this patientís decreased level of consciousness?

a)      Extradural haemorrhage

b)      Subdural haemorrhage

c)      Subarachnoid haemorrhage

d)      Intracerebral haemorrhage

e)      Intraventricular haemorrhage

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