treatment of chronic

  • Although various recommendations for the treatment of chronic or recurrent subdural hematoma have been made, a review of the literature regarding treatment for this condition does indicate that craniotomy followed by drainage of the hematoma and replacement of the skull fragment is the most commonly utilized procedure for treating patients. (
  • The use of botulinum neurotoxin in the treatment of chronic headache disorders is the focus of this module. (


  • PlGF and sVEGFR-1 in chronic subdural hematoma: implications for hematoma development. (


  • Because the efficacy of this approach has not been widely supported in the literature, it is primarily used to alleviate the pressure caused by a subdural hematoma in patients with comorbid conditions that preclude invasive surgery. (


  • Of the charts reviewed, 18 charts were found from subjects with a diagnosis of recurrent sub-acute or chronic subdural hematoma. (