subdural hematoma

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subdural hematoma

[səb′du̇r·əl ‚hē·mə′tō·mə]
(medicine)
A mass of blood between the arachnoid and the dura mater.
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She died four days after being violently shaken and sustaining a fractured skull, subdural bleeding and retinal haemorrhages, at the couple's home in Llandaff, Cardiff, on May 25, 2016.
At the hospital, medics found that Elsie, who died four days later, was suffering from three separate areas of subdural bleeding, retinal bleeding in both eyes, a skull fracture and fractures to three ribs and her leg.
Likewise, net clinical benefit which was the composite of non-CNS systemic embolism, pulmonary embolism, hemorrhagic stroke, subdural bleeding, major extracranial bleeding, myocardial infarction, and death [12] was also compared in five studies [Table 5].
Objecting to Christopher O'Neill's bail bid, a detective constable revealed the baby had subarachnoid and subdural bleeding to her brain in what he repeatedly described as a "tragic case".
THE DEFENSE Subdural bleeding in the spine is rare.
Most subdural bleeding (SDB) in infants is attributable to trauma, with non-accidental head injury (NAHI) outnumbering accidental injuries substantially, a study has concluded.
If the weapon had been driven further into the skull, damaged the brain or caused subdural bleeding, then it could have killed her.
The toddler was found to be suffering from three separate areas of subdural bleeding, retinal bleeding in both eyes, a skull fracture and fractures to three ribs and her leg.
He added: ``I am of the opinion that Mr Pettener was dying because of his age-related pathology and a chronic subdural bleeding that was present in his head.
Elsie Scully-Hicks died in hospital in May 2016 aged 18 months after suffering from three separate areas of subdural bleeding, retinal bleeding in both eyes, a skull fracture, and fractures to three ribs and her leg.
There was also internal subdural bleeding inside the brain of the sort that can be caused by a very hard blow to the head, " said Mr Hughes.