subdural hemorrhage


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subdural hemorrhage

[səb′du̇r·əl ′hem·rij]
(medicine)
Bleeding between the dura mater and the arachnoid.
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Supratentorial subdural hemorrhage of a previous head injury and cerebellar hemorrhage after cervical spinal surgery: A case report and review of the literature.
MRI results before and after treatment: The observation group had 14 cases of subarachnoid hemorrhage, four cases of subdural hemorrhage, 2 cases of intracerebral hemorrhage and one case of intraventricular hemorrhage.
Subdural hemorrhage (SDH) accompanied by retinal hemorrhage has many known causes including birth-related trauma and complications, central nervous system infections, and accidents.
In contrast, subdural hemorrhage in the retroclival region has an adult predilection and, lacking such ligamentous constraint, can dissect both posteriorly at the foramen magnum as well as inferiorly into the spinal sub-dural space.
6 million each in revenues annually, and with an aging population, there's growing demand for brain surgery; by 2030, chronic subdural hemorrhage will be the most common adult brain condition in the United States needing neurosurgical intervention.
As a result, autopsy findings revealed blunt force trauma, subdural hemorrhage, focal subarachnoid hemorrhage, and micro hemorrhages in the optic nerve sheath.
2) Outcome is usually poor for fetuses affected by high grade IVH (Grade 3 and 4) or subdural hemorrhage.
In addition, hyperdense appearance compatible with subdural hemorrhage was observed in the interhemispheric fissure and tentorium level.
We report on the case of a patient with convexity meningioma which presented spontaneous subdural hemorrhage adjacent to the tumor and review the pertinent literature.
Meningitis, subdural hemorrhage, and then intraparenchymal lesions developed sequentially in 1 patient from northeastern Thailand (29).