When the scan test results came out, it was found that he had sustained a skull fracture and a subdural
During labour, the treating clinicians wrongly took a fetal blood sample from the crown of her head, causing a subdural
haematoma in Sophie's brain which resulted in her suffering massive life-limiting injuries.
Geoffery Debelle, a consultant paediatrician at Birmingham Children's Hospital Foundation NHS Trust, told jNewport Crown Court such a fall, from about one metre, would not cause the amount of subdural
bleeding seen in Amelia's case.
The condition, called chronic subdural
hematoma, is becoming increasingly common as the population ages, prompting an New York University Langone Medical Center neurosurgeon, Dr.
NEW YORK, March 19, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- By 2030, chronic subdural
hemorrhage (SDH) will be the most common adult brain condition requiring neurosurgical intervention in the U.
He was admitted but his condition began to deteriorate when he started vomiting and a further scan revealed he had suered a subdural
haematoma - where blood collects between the skull and the surface of the brain.
A CT scan revealed a subdural
haematoma - bleeding into the space between the fibrous membrane that covers the brain and the brain itself.
Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) is a constellation of medical findings: subdural
hematoma, retinal bleeding, fractures, and cerebral edema from which physicians, consistent with current medical understanding, infer child abuse caused by violent shaking.
A resumed inquest held at Teesside Magistrates Court on Monday heard Mrs Leaper died from a subdural
hematoma - bleeding on the brain - a week after falling from a hospital bed.
My 15-year-old daughter was hit by a car on her way to school last year and suffered multiple skull fractures and a subdural
haematoma and nearly died.
Urgent CT scan of the head showed ' an acute subdural
haematoma with mass effect, a midline shift and contusion of the brain substance'.
Head banging enthusiasts all over the world take the news with a pinch of salt, but unfortunately, a new research that appeared in the latest issue of The Lancet confirms that headbanging can cause a chronic subdural
haematoma, most commonly known as a blood clot in the brain.