Subarachnoid hemorrhage following intranasal procedures.

Abstract

Two cases of subarachnoid hemorrhage complicating intranasal ethmoidectomy are presented. In both, the bleeding was initally considered coincidental to the rupture of a congenital aneurysm or an arteriovenous malformation. A direct relationship between the surgical procedure and the subarachnoid hemorrhage only became evident after extensive studies or after delayed development of CSF rhinorrhea, pneumocephalus and meningitis.

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@article{Sachdev1977SubarachnoidHF, title={Subarachnoid hemorrhage following intranasal procedures.}, author={Vanthana Sachdev and Allan J. Drapkin and S A Hollin and Leonard I Malis}, journal={Surgical neurology}, year={1977}, volume={8 2}, pages={112-5} }