A Case of Subdural Haemorrhage Following a Trivial Fall - A Case Report
Author(s): Navin Kumar Devaraj
Mr. A initially presented with history of right sided headache for 2 weeks. He had a history of hitting his head against the floor after slipping from the last step of home stairs, but was well till this onset of headache. Computed tomography done showed right temporo-parietal subdural haemorrhage measuring 1.3 cm with a midline shift of 0.7 cm. Burr hole evacuation was done and he is currently recovering well.