A clinical comparison of non-traumatic acute subdural haematomas either related to coagulopathy or of arterial origin without coagulopathy

@article{Depreitere2003ACC,
  title={A clinical comparison of non-traumatic acute subdural haematomas either related to coagulopathy or of arterial origin without coagulopathy},
  author={Bart Depreitere and F Van Calenbergh and Johannes van Loon},
  journal={Acta Neurochirurgica},
  year={2003},
  volume={145},
  pages={541-546}
}
Summary¶Background. Non-traumatic acute subdural haematomas enable study of the morbidity and mortality due to the haematoma without the effect of trauma. Whereas it is known that coagulation disorders worsen the outcome of spontaneous intracerebral haematomas, this has not been studied in non-traumatic acute subdural haematomas.Methods. In a series of 13 non-traumatic acute subdural haematomas admitted to our department between January 1995 and March 2002, we had 9 coagulopathy associated… CONTINUE READING

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