An uncommon cause of headache after headbanging at a party.

@article{Cauwer2009AnUC,
  title={An uncommon cause of headache after headbanging at a party.},
  author={Harald De Cauwer and Roel Van Giel and Luc Mortelmans and Luc van den Hauwe},
  journal={European journal of emergency medicine : official journal of the European Society for Emergency Medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={212-3}
}
Subdural haematomas can result from bridging vein rupture. Rotational acceleration in the sagittal plane and in a forward direction, as in falls, is very likely the 'mechanical' cause of subdural haematoma, as shown in cadaveric studies. Some recreational activities, for example roller-coaster rides and bungee jumping, have been associated with subdural… CONTINUE READING