• Medicine
  • Published 2017

Chronic Subdural Haematoma in Adults : A Clinical Analysis of 120 Cases

@inproceedings{Ladpli2017ChronicSH,
  title={Chronic Subdural Haematoma in Adults : A Clinical Analysis of 120 Cases},
  author={Sophon Ladpli},
  year={2017}
}
A Clinical analysis of 120 adult patients with chronic subdural haematoma admitted into the Department of Surgery Siriraj Hospital showed that the majority of them (75%) were male with the highest incidence during 51 - 90 year of age 70% of cases) followed by age range 21 - 50 (30% of cases). The ratio of male to female was 3: 1. Ninety four patients gave history of minor head trauma without loss of consciousness. A rather insidious onset of progressive headache plus focal neurological deficits… CONTINUE READING