• Medicine
  • Published 2006

Case Report Acute spontaneous subdural haematoma after transsphenoidal surgery

@inproceedings{Eloqayli2006CaseRA,
  title={Case Report Acute spontaneous subdural haematoma after transsphenoidal surgery},
  author={Haytham Eloqayli and Johan Cappelen and Anne Vik},
  year={2006}
}
Summary Only one case of acute spontaneous subdural haematoma (ASSDH) has been reported following transsphenoidal surgery, whereas, another case of chronic SDH has been reported. We present a patient with pituitary apoplexy, who was treated by transsphenoidal surgery. 8 days postoperative he developed an ASSDH requiring immediate surgical evacuation. This case documents the third occurrence of SDH as a complication of transsphenoidal surgery and is the first report of ASSDH that required… CONTINUE READING

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