Results of injuries to the frontal parts of the skull are often serious but treatable by prompt surgery. Various types of fractures are common. Most dangerous is the possibility of infection in the interior cavities of the skull. X-ray study of such injuries is practically mandatory. Failure to give prompt and proper treatment often results in serious complications later. Any injury to the frontal parts of the skull should be viewed by attorneys as serious, with strong probability of future complications except perhaps when prompt medical attention of highly modern character has forestalled some of the possible complications.
Paul H. Crandall, Frontal Injuries of the Skull, 7 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 429 (1958)