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A case of Ataxic Hemiparesis with SDH & Sulcal SAH

New case 71 yr ,F,Known DM, Hypothyroid,Rheumatoid arthritis on med,multiinfarct syndrome, on multiple drug including antiplatelets, slipped and fell down 10 days ago.Since 4 days she has unsteadiness with difficulty to hold things. No head ache or vertigo. On exam vitals stable . Left sided ataxic hemiparesis with gr4/ 5 power with intact DTRs and sensations. Diagnosis?.

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ThanksCurofy and others. Discussion: Diagnosis. > SDH along Rt Parito- temporal convexity showing maximum thickness 22mm. > SAH Rt parito- temopral sulcal spaces. > Mass effect, with effacement of rt parietotemporal sulci,partial effacement of rt occipital & temporal horns of rt lateral ventricle. > Minimum midline shift 2mm. Rt parietal burrhole evacuation done pt became better and discharged
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SUBACUTE SUBDURAL HEAMATOMA WITH MILD mass effrct
With small component of SAH too
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ThanksCurofy and others. Discussion: Diagnosis. > SDH along Rt Parito- temporal convexity showing maximum thickness 22mm. > SAH Rt parito- temopral sulcal spaces. > Mass effect, with effacement of rt parietotemporal sulci,partial effacement of rt occipital & temporal horns of rt lateral ventricle. > Minimum midline shift 2mm. Rt parietal burrhole evacuation done pt became better and discharged
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right side brain epidural hematoma
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