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Year : 2010  |  Volume : 58  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 637--641

Concomitant occurrence of subfrontal extradural hematoma and orbital subperiosteal hematoma: A rare entity


Department of Neurosurgery, L.T.M.G. Hospital, Mumbai, India

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Batuk Diyora
Department of Neurosurgery, L.T.M.G. Hospital, Mumbai
India
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DOI: 10.4103/0028-3886.68685

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Subfrontal extradural hematomas are uncommon, similar are orbital subperiosteal hematomas. Co-occurrence of both following head trauma is very rare. We describe co-occurrence of sub frontal extradural and orbital subperiosteal hematomas in four patients. The presenting symptoms were proptosis and visual complaints. Diagnosis was confirmed on computed tomography in three patients and magnetic resonance imaging in one patient. Frontal craniotomy and superior orbitotomy with evacuation of hematoma resulted in complete resolution of proptosis and visual symptoms. We emphasize on the early diagnosis of this rare condition and also emergency treatment to prevent permanent visual loss.






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