[Subacute and chronic epidural hematoma after craniocerebral trauma].

Abstract

During an 8-year period, fifteen patients with subacute or chronic epidural haematoma were seen among 110 treated cases of extradural haematoma corresponding to a frequency of 13.6%. Increasing headache, nausea, vomiting, mild drowsiness and cranial nerve palsy were the symptoms resulting in the correct diagnosis in most cases. Clinical and pathological… (More)

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@article{Duffner1993SubacuteAC, title={[Subacute and chronic epidural hematoma after craniocerebral trauma].}, author={Frank Duffner and Peter de Zwart and Monika Bitzer and B. Will}, journal={Aktuelle Traumatologie}, year={1993}, volume={23 8}, pages={345-9} }