Former F1 doctor Gary Hartstein took to Twitter on Sunday night to explain the medical implications of Michael Schumacher's injury.
According to reports in France, Schumacher suffered "cranial hemorraging" when he hit his head on a rock while skiing with his son on Sunday morning.
The 44-year-old remains in a coma in a Grenoble hospital after undergoing "immediate neurosurgical treatment" on a head trauma.
Hartstein, who was axed as F1's doctor in 2012, shares his medical knowledge on Schumacher's condition.
"It's quite well known that extradural hematomas, a kind of cerebral hemorrhage, can leave a lucid interval after injury," he wrote on Twitter,...
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