Intracranial subdural hematoma diagnosis

see Computed Tomography for acute subdural hematoma.

see Computed Tomography for chronic subdural hematoma.

Most people with a suspected subdural haematoma will have a CT scan to confirm the diagnosis.

Extra-axial hematoma in the right convexity, up to 1.5 cm thick and with mixed density (hypodense in its anterior aspect and with hyperdense foci in its interior) of probable acute chronology (it was not present in a CT scan of 4 months ago and no other TBI has been reported since then) without being able to rule out rebleeding of chronic hematoma.

The hematoma conditions a mass effect on the surrounding parenchyma, with partial compression of the right lateral ventricle and a midline shift of 4mm

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