A case of post-traumatic retroclival subdural haematoma.

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Post-traumatic haematomas in the posterior fossa are uncommon, with a reported incidence of 3%, and occur along the cerebellar convexity [1]. Retroclival location is uncommon and retroclival haematomas are mostly epidural. Only 6 cases of post-traumatic retroclival subdural haematomas (RCSDH) are reported in literature [2]. These are associated with… (More)
DOI: 10.4038/cmj.v60i4.8225

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@article{Dayaratne2015ACO, title={A case of post-traumatic retroclival subdural haematoma.}, author={Sajeewani Dayaratne and Dilina Rajapakse and N. Jayaweera and Saman Wadanamby and Thilinie Rajapakse}, journal={The Ceylon medical journal}, year={2015}, volume={60 4}, pages={159-60} }