Calcified chronic subdural haematoma
- Correspondence to Dr Asifur Rahman,
Chronic subdural haematoma (CSH) is a well-known disease entity; however, calcified CSH (CCSH) is quite rare. Here the authors report on a 65-year-old man who developed gradual left hemiparesis and had gradually deteriorating level of consciousness for 1 month. CT scan revealed a huge right-sided CCSH. He underwent surgery and the CCSH was excised totally. The patient recovered well and was able to do his daily activities by himself. Surgical treatment for CCSH results in good neurological outcome.
Competing interests None.
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