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Bilateral frontotemporoparietal sub acute on chronic SDH.

45 yr,F, Admitted with progressive head ache of one week.Head ache mainly in the vertexand unable to get up from bed due to pain.Denued having bausia / vomiting / vertigo/ seizures. Two months ago her head hit against the roof of a pet kennel. She is on treatment fir SLE with Defza and HCQ. On exam vitals stable Bp130/ 80 mmhg.Normal optic fundi. No long tract signs No neck stiffness. She us under the Neurosurgeon and surgery is today. Diagnosis

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Thanks for all answeres. CT brain shows subacute on chronic( blood fluid density) SDH in bilateral fronto temporoparietal convexities Bilateral frontoparietal burrhole evacuation of hematoma done . Patient is discharged in a stable state

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Thanks for all answeres. CT brain shows subacute on chronic( blood fluid density) SDH in bilateral fronto temporoparietal convexities Bilateral frontoparietal burrhole evacuation of hematoma done . Patient is discharged in a stable state

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