Acute subdural hematoma and pachymeningitis carcinomatosa: case report.

Abstract

Subdural hematomas may affect 0.4-5 p. 100 of patients with cancer, because of predisposing risk factors or because of the cancer itself. The most likely association is with hematological cancer with coagulative disorders. An association with pachymeningitis carcinomatosa is less likely. In this instance the subdural hematoma is due to a neoplastic… (More)

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@article{Caputi1999AcuteSH, title={Acute subdural hematoma and pachymeningitis carcinomatosa: case report.}, author={Francesca Felicia Caputi and Eros Lamaida and Roberto Gazzeri}, journal={Revue neurologique}, year={1999}, volume={155 5}, pages={383-5} }