[Contralateral epidural hematoma following the craniotomy for intracerebral tumor--one case report and review of literature].

A 40-year old female patient suffered from headaches for 2 months. Two days before admission, the headache got worse and vomiting and seizures followed. Brain CT scans revealed a right frontal intracerebral tumor. So she received a craniotomy to remove the tumor, which was verified as glioblastoma multiforme. The postoperative course was uneventful. However… (More)