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Subdural hematoma, tentorium

Gower JRG - MedPix (2010)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Subdural hematoma, tentorium

History: 20y/o man had trauma to the head while skiing. Pt struck the ground face first after falling from a height of 10-15 ft while traveling approx. 20mph. Pt had 10-15 minutes of LOC following the event. Upon regaining consciousnesses, he was anmestic to the event, confused and disoriented. • PHx: non-contributory • PSHx: none • Social: non-drinker, non-smoker • Meds: none

Findings: Non contrast head CT: Subdural hemorrhage is noted layering along the right aspect of the tentorium.

Ddx: • subarachnoid hemorrhage (trauma vs. aneurysm vs. AVM) • contusion • intraparanchymal hemorrhage • Subdural hematoma

Dxhow: Non-contrast head CT

Exam: • VS: Temp:98.2 HR 105 BP 125/75 RR 14 PO2 98% • Neuro: Pt confused and disoriented, unable to provide history of event. • PERRLA. Unable to comply with remainder of neuro exam • CV: RRR, no m/r/g • Pulm: CTAB, no w/r/r • Abd: soft, nontender, normal active bowel sounds

No MeSH data available.


Non-contrast CT shows subdural hematoma layering along the right aspect of the tentorium.
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Subdural hematoma, tentorium

Gower JRG - MedPix (2010)

Non-contrast CT shows subdural hematoma layering along the right aspect of the tentorium.
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MPX1006_synpic52425: Non-contrast CT shows subdural hematoma layering along the right aspect of the tentorium.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Subdural hematoma, tentorium

History: 20y/o man had trauma to the head while skiing. Pt struck the ground face first after falling from a height of 10-15 ft while traveling approx. 20mph. Pt had 10-15 minutes of LOC following the event. Upon regaining consciousnesses, he was anmestic to the event, confused and disoriented. • PHx: non-contributory • PSHx: none • Social: non-drinker, non-smoker • Meds: none

Findings: Non contrast head CT: Subdural hemorrhage is noted layering along the right aspect of the tentorium.

Ddx: • subarachnoid hemorrhage (trauma vs. aneurysm vs. AVM) • contusion • intraparanchymal hemorrhage • Subdural hematoma

Dxhow: Non-contrast head CT

Exam: • VS: Temp:98.2 HR 105 BP 125/75 RR 14 PO2 98% • Neuro: Pt confused and disoriented, unable to provide history of event. • PERRLA. Unable to comply with remainder of neuro exam • CV: RRR, no m/r/g • Pulm: CTAB, no w/r/r • Abd: soft, nontender, normal active bowel sounds

No MeSH data available.