Subdural hematoma in a young woman with an “old” brain


Chronic subdural hematoma (CSDH) is typically encountered in the aged population (mean age 80.6 years; range 65–96 years) [1]. The elderly are particularly at risk for CSDH because of the age-associated brain atrophy. Other known risk factors are the increased incidence of falls in the elderly and the more widespread use of anticoagulants and antithrombotic… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s13760-012-0054-9


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@article{Masciullo2012SubduralHI, title={Subdural hematoma in a young woman with an “old” brain}, author={M. Masciullo and Pier Paolo Mattogno and Anna Modoni and Gabriella Silvestri and Pasquale de Bonis}, journal={Acta Neurologica Belgica}, year={2012}, volume={112}, pages={385-387} }