Margulies, Murray E.
November 1963
Angiology;Nov1963, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p564
Academic Journal
Of much importance to an understanding of the syndrome of epidural hemorrhage is the realization that bleeding can occur from venous sources. Venous hemorrhage into the extradural space was recognized many years ago, but it was not stressed sufficiently. This condition prompted the author to review this problem and to include his own experience with an unusual case of a patient with chronic extradural hematoma, of venous origin that was operated on 28 days after the onset of symptoms. The clot had a fairly well-defined membrane. The patient made a complete recovery.


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