A rare cause of severe coagulopathy, leading to extradural hematoma in an alcoholic patient.


A 46-year-old male came to our institution complaining of myalgia, fever, and jaundice, during the last week. Had a personal history of alcoholic abuse (80-100 g/day), without established chronic liver disease. He was conscious and oriented, without flapping, but jaundiced, dehydrated, febrile (39.1°C), with tenderness hepatomegaly and petechial lesions on… (More)


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