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Although subdural hematoma is a common manifestation of SBS, the syndrome can result in other, equally serious intracranial injuries such as subarachnoid hemorrhage.[12,21] Subarachnoid blood can collect in the interhemispheric space, making it difficult to differentiate from subdural hematoma.
Conclusion: Preoperative hematoma thickness [greater than or equal to] 20 mm is an independent predictor of recurrence of chronic subdural hematoma. Postoperative drainage also significantly reduces chronic subdural hematoma recurrence.
Case report and review of literature of delayed acute subdural hematoma. World Neurosurg.
Subdural hematomas are the most commonly seen intracranial hemorrhages; however, subdural hematoma cases caused by ITP are rarely seen.
Unilateral or bilateral subdural hematoma related to the V/P shunt is rarely reported in literature and some of the V/P shunt patients with this complication do not develop any symptoms and some of them may have chronic headache, hemiparesis, mental retardation, epileptic seizures (7).
Suggestions for medical options for the treatment of chronic subdural hematoma, are less frequently found in the literature.
In this case, we describe postoperative transient facial nerve palsy in a patient after the scalp block for burr hole evacuation of subdural hematoma.
Kim, "Spontaneous chronic subdural hematoma in an adolescent girl," Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society, vol.
T1- and T2-weighted images revealed an intradural, extramedullary heterogeneous subdural T2 signal and isointense T1 signal located ventral to the spinal cord spanning T8 to T11 causing displacement and compression of the thecal sac consistent with hyperacute or acute subdural hematoma. High T2 signal within the spinal cord at levels T10-T12 demonstrated the presence of spinal cord edema.
There was also artifact suggestive of hemosiderin deposits, consistent with prior left intraventricular hemorrhage, hemorrhagic contusion, and subdural hematoma, but no indications of skull fracture (Figure 2(b)).
Subdural hematoma after microdiscectomy: A case report and review of the literature.
Electroencephalogram and CT scan can differentiate seizure from a subdural hematoma.