Cerebral rebleeding by spinal anesthesia in a patient with undiagnosed chronic subdural hematoma.
Ahed M Zeidan
Anis Shehata Baraka
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Complications in Spinal Anaesthesia
Özgün Cuvaş Apan
Acute-on-chronic subdural hematoma by spinal anesthesia in a patient with undiagnosed chronic subdural hematoma -A case report-
Il Bong Park
Soo Yeong Moon
Yu Yil Kim
Young Eun Kwon
Jun Hak Lee
Korean journal of anesthesiology
Is bilateral cerebral subdural hematoma more frequent after epidural anesthesia than spinal anesthesia?
Role of a Reduction of Cytokine Levels in Isoflurane-mediated Protection from Endotoxin-induced Lung Injury
Role of a reduction of cytokine levels in isoflurane-mediated protection from endotoxin-induced lung injury.
Is Bilateral Cerebral Subdural Hematoma More Frequent after Epidural Anesthesia than Spinal Anesthesia ?
John K. Hayes
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