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Epidural hematoma trauma near pterion
Epidural hematoma middle meningeal a.
Epidural hematoma delay then rapid onset, lucid intervals
Epidural hematoma no blood in CSF
Subdural hematoma Shaken baby syndrom
Subdural hematoma delayed onset, slowly progessive
Subdural hematoma bridging veins
Subdural hematoma possilbe venous blood in CSF
Subarachnoid hemorrahage hypertensive blowout
Subarachnoid hemorrahage sudden onset, develops rapidly
Subarachnoid hemorrahage aneurysm or lateral striate aa.
Subarachnoid hemorrahage lots of arterial blood in CSF
Created by: JYarger