LINNC 2019

Intracranial haemorrhage secondary to a delayed cerebral pseudoaneurysm rupture 18 years after cranial trauma

June 5, 2019 - 13:40-13:50
Conference room

Sebastian REMOLLO FRIEDEMANN

S. Remollo Friedemann from Spain presents the case of a 38-year-old male admitted to the ED with sudden aphasia and sudden mild right hemiparesis five hours from onset. No vascular risk factors were identified and no cranial traumas had occured in the previous weeks, although there was a history of cranial trauma 18 years prior that required haematoma evacuation through decompressive craniectomy. What would you have done? Watch the video and find out which treatment approach was chosen.

 

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