The efficacy of epidural blood patch in spontaneous CSF leaks.

@article{Sencakova2001TheEO,
  title={The efficacy of epidural blood patch in spontaneous CSF leaks.},
  author={Drahomira Sencakova and Bahram Mokri and Robyn L. McClelland},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2001},
  volume={57 10},
  pages={1921-3}
}
Of 25 consecutive patients with spontaneous CSF leaks treated with epidural blood patch (EBP), nine patients (36%) responded well to the first EBP. Of 15 patients who received a second EBP, five became asymptomatic (33%). Of eight patients who received three or more EBP (mean 4), four patients (50%) responded well. 

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