Two Cases of Subdural Hematoma in Spontaneous CSF Hypovolemia

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島谷, 佳光 ; 井戸川, 美帆 ; 阿部, 剛典 ; 仁平, 敦子 ; 溝渕, 雅広 ; 佐光, 一也 ; 田中, 千春 (2007)
  • Publisher: 中村記念病院
  • Journal: 北海道脳神経疾患研究所医誌 = Journal of Hokkaido Brain Research Foundation, volume 17, issue 1, pages 57-59 (issn: 1340-5764)
  • Subject: CSF hypovolemia | Subdural hematoma (SDH)
    mesheuropmc: cardiovascular system | pathological conditions, signs and symptoms | surgical procedures, operative | body regions | cardiovascular diseases

Two cases of subdural hematoma in spontaneous CSF hypovolemia. The typical orthostatic features were replaced by continuous, nonpositional headache. MEI showed subdural hematoma. These cases emphasize that spontaneous CSF hypovolemia is not an entirely benign condition and that subudural hematoma may accompany persistent intracranial hypotension.
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