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Subdural hematoma after microdiscectomy: A case report and review of the literature.
Delayed posttraumatic acute subdural hematoma in elderly patients on anticoagulation.
Although use of antithrombotic drugs has long been recognized as a risk factor for subdural hematoma, previous studies were either based exclusively on patients with subdural hematoma (i.
As with subdural hematomas at this level, cranial nerve palsies may also occur.
We report a case of acute subdural hematoma secondary to CCHF, where thrombocytopenia was the main cause of cerebral hemorrhage.
Table 1: Clinical presentation of patients with chronic subdural hematoma.
6,7] Some authors hypothesize that the rapid increase in cerebral blood flow (After drainage) in areas of the brain with altered vascular self-adjustment may be the most likely precipitating mechanism of intracerebral haemorrhage after surgical evacuation of chronic subdural hematoma.
Multiple fractures in the long bones of infants suffering from chronic subdural hematoma.
After the professional medical team reached by helicopter and quick preoperative preparation, a left fronto-temporo-parietal decompressive craniectomy [sup][1] involving evacuation of the subdural hematoma and lavage of the subarachnoid hemorrhage was performed emergently under tracheal intubation and general anesthesia on October 27, 2011.
population will be older than 65, chronic subdural hematoma, or SDH, is expected to afflict 60,000 Americans a year, which would make it the most common reason for brain surgery, surpassing brain tumors and metastases, Samadani and colleagues reported last month in The Journal of Neurosurgery.
At accident and emergency, tests were done which showed a subdural hematoma.
showed that the fractional anisotropy (FA) value in the pyramidal tract, measured by diffusion-tensor-imaging (DTI) on magnetic resonance was decreased on the side of the chronic subdural hematoma which could be responsible for the development of motor weakness in the patients.