Extradural haemorrhage: strategies for management in remote places.

Abstract

A study of 109 cases of extradural haemorrhage (EDH) treated in South Australia over a period of 7 years showed that 35 cases (32.1 per cent) presented in country areas at considerable distances from a neurosurgical service: the mortality in these country cases was 22.9 per cent, comparing unfavourably with a mortality of 12.2 per cent in metropolitan cases… (More)

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