Extracranial redistribution causing rapid spontaneous resolution of acute subdural hematoma.

@article{Kundra2005ExtracranialRC,
  title={Extracranial redistribution causing rapid spontaneous resolution of acute subdural hematoma.},
  author={Surinder Nath Kundra and Raman Kundra},
  journal={Neurology India},
  year={2005},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={124}
}
A 3-year-old child presented in a drowsy state following a fall from a height of twelve feet. Initial head Computed Tomographic (CT) scan showed left frontotemporal acute subdural hematoma (ASDH) along with left coronal diastatic fracture with associated scalp hematoma. While awaiting surgery, an unexpected improvement in the child’s sensorium was noted within six hours of trauma. A repeat head CT scan showed significant resolution in ASDH with simultaneous increase in size of the overlying… CONTINUE READING