Roller Coaster Headache

A headache caused by a chronic subdural hematoma occurring in subjects subjected to violent movement of the head as occurs in a roller coaster
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Acceleration/deceleration injuries without head trauma resulting in subdural hematoma have been reported previously in four case reports of roller coaster headache (6-9) and one case after whiplash traffic injury.