7) Children are more predisposed for epidural hemorrhage
at this level due to their higher fulcrum of cranial cervical motion and relative ligamentous laxity.
After a series of radiological examinations, CoA complicated with spontaneous spinal epidural hemorrhage
was proved, and he was treated successfully.
Among patients having positive CT scan findings epidural hemorrhage
was found in 2 (1.
4 Class C (fractured wrist; fractured orbital, fractured right maxillary, right frontal epidural hemorrhage
, right distal fracture; fractured feet; fractured wrist, concussion)
An epidural hemorrhage
such as this can cause dramatic deterioration in a person's condition within a matter of minutes or up to a few hours later.
An autopsy concluded that Richardson died of an epidural hemorrhage
, a condition in which blood builds up between the skull and the tough membrane that surrounds the brain.
She was taken to the emergency room, where she soon died of an epidural hemorrhage
Additional findings uncovered by MRI included cord compressions (five patients), cord contusion/edema (four), ligamentous injuries (three), epidural hemorrhage
(two), and prevertebral edema (one).
There were no incidents of maternal spinal or epidural hemorrhage
and no significant neonatal complications.
Three had subdural hemorrhage (SDH), three had concurrent intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) and intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH), one had subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH), one patient had concurrent SDH and epidural hemorrhage
, and another one had SAH and SDH.
is characterized by its lentiform shape and respect of sutural boundaries; it may cross midline.
The traumatic causes include epidural hemorrhage
, chronic subdural hemorrhage, severe brain swelling, and hydrocephalus, which can be rapidly confirmed by imaging studies.