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Management and Prognosis of Delayed Posttraumatic Intracerebral Hematomas

  • W. I. Steudel
  • J. Krüger
  • H. Hacker
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Neurosurgery book series (NEURO, volume 9)

Abstract

Since introduction of the term “late traumatic apoplexy” by BOLLINGER, 1891, delayed posttraumatic intracerebral hematoma has been a familiar clinical syndrome. However, the duration of the interval between the accident and the manifestation of the hematoma has remained unknown (1–4, 6–10, 15, 17, 19, 23).

Keywords

Intracerebral Hemorrhage Brain Edema Subdural Hematoma Intracerebral Hematoma Acute Subdural Hematoma 
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  • W. I. Steudel
  • J. Krüger
  • H. Hacker

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