Spontaneous bilateral subdural haematomas in the posterior cranial fossa revealed by MRI

@article{Pollo2003SpontaneousBS,
  title={Spontaneous bilateral subdural haematomas in the posterior cranial fossa revealed by MRI},
  author={Claudio Pollo and Reto Meuli and François Porchet},
  journal={Neuroradiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={45},
  pages={550-552}
}
A 52-year-old woman treated for acute myeloproliferative disease developed progressive stupor. CT showed obstructive hydrocephalus resulting from unexplained mass effect on the fourth ventricle. MRI revealed bilateral extra-axial collections in the posterior cranial fossa, giving high signal on T1- and T2-weighted images, suggesting subacute subdural haematomas. Subdural haematomas can be suspected on CT when there is unexplained mass effect. MRI may be essential to confirm the diagnosis and… CONTINUE READING
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