ASDH

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ASDHAcute Subdural Hematoma
ASDHAspartate Semialdehyde Dehydrogenase
ASDHAssociation for Senior Day Health
ASDHAssociate of Science in Dental Hygiene
ASDHAccess Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
ASDHAudio Stream Description Header
ASDHAuto Screw Drive Head
ASDHArkansas State Department of Health
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Ghajar et al., "Surgical management of acute subdural hematomas," Neurosurgery, vol.
Delayed onset of posttraumatic acute subdural hematoma after mild head injury with normal computed tomography: a case report and brief review.
Distribution of radiologic CT findings in patients with head trauma, acute stroke and intracranial tumors Trauma--CT finding (N=1469) n % Skull fracture 339 23.07 Traumatic SAH 321 21.85 Traumatic intracerebral hematoma 70 4.76 Cerebral contusion/laceration 222 15.11 Epidural hematoma 68 4.63 Acute subdural hematoma 356 24.23 Chronic/mixed subdural hematoma 93 6.33 Acute stroke--CT finding (N=597) n % Acute ischemia 286 47.90 Subacute ischemia 66 11.06 Non-traumatic SAH 101 16.92 Intracerebral hematoma 144 24.12 Tumor - CT finding (N=212) n % Primary brain tumor 23 10.84 Meningioma 56 26.41 Metastasis 45 21.22 Unclassifed tumor 88 41.50 CT = computed tomography; SAH = subarachnoid hemorrhage
Delayed post-operative contralateral epidural hematoma in a patient with right-sided acute subdural hematoma: A case report.
Thrombocytopenia could be considered a risk factor for the development of a spontaneous acute subdural hematoma of arterial origin with more rapid and aggressive evolution (4).
Following the paraclinical investigations we established that 12 patients had intracranial lesions, 5 of which were hemorrhagic brain contusions, 3 small subdural blood collections, 2 cases of traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhages, 1 acute subdural hematoma and 1 intraventricular hemorrhage.
CT of the head showed a right acute subdural hematoma. The pressures of the left leg compartments were raised from 80 to 120 mmHg (BP 150/70 mmHg).
Acute subdural hematoma from ruptured cerebral aneurysm.
The differential diagnosis for extra-axial masses on CT is the following: acute subdural hematoma; epidural hematoma; foreign body; meningioma; meningeal metastases; dural sinus thrombosis; cortical venous thrombosis; neurosarcoidosis; lymphoma; tuberculosis; dural A-V fistula; and rarely, extramedullary hematopoiesis; leukemia; venous varix; hemangiopericytoma; and malignant tumor.
Diffuse brain injury complicatd by acute subdural hematoma in the rodents: The effect of early or delayed surgical evacuation.
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