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That is known in the medical field as “posturing”, which is an indicator of brain injury, usually pretty severe. If the hands rise above the head during this presentation, that is usually a very bad sign and without serious medical intervention, brain death may occur.

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  • @stalker6recon 100% correct bro, had a guy get soccer ball kicked in the head outside of an establishment i was working at, did the exact same thing, was dead by the time the ambos arrived.

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https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/003299.htm

 

Decerebrate posture

Decerebrate posture is an abnormal body posture that involves the arms and legs being held straight out, the toes being pointed downward, and the head and neck being arched backward. The muscles are tightened and held rigidly. This type of posturing usually means there has been severe damage to the brain.

https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=bf6_1502753771

That looks like decerebrate posturing from a sudden TBI by way of a kick to the face and a sidewalk to the back of the head to me… Or he could be dreaming of chasing a rabbit through a field, I’m no doctor.

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yepp pretty bad injury, he’s just dying. This kind of posturing indicates brain stem damage, specifically damage below the level of the red nucleus (e.g. mid-collicular lesion). It is exhibited by people with lesions or compression in the midbrain

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That is known in the medical field as “posturing”, which is an indicator of brain injury, usually pretty severe. If the hands rise above the head during this presentation, that is usually a very bad sign and without serious medical intervention, brain death may occur.

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  • @stalker6recon 100% correct bro, had a guy get soccer ball kicked in the head outside of an establishment i was working at, did the exact same thing, was dead by the time the ambos arrived.

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  • @hennerm, thank you Mr Wikipedia

  • @rotorot
    I forgot which part of the brain causes those spasms and cramps, but he definetly had some brain damage done there. Some people stretch when shot in the head, others cramp just like him, a billion execution videos are proof of that.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traumatic_brain_injury