Intracranial Hemorrhage and Trauma

by Hetal Verma, MD

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    The lecture Intracranial Hemorrhage and Trauma by Hetal Verma, MD is from the course Neuroradiology.

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    1. Often caused by rupture of the middle meningeal artery.
    2. Patients often present with the worst headache of their life.
    3. Presents as a high density between the pia and the arachnoid space.
    4. Can be caused by a ruptured aneurysm.
    5. Blood is seen within the sulci.
    1. Non-contrast CT scan of head.
    2. Contrast CT scan of head.
    3. Non-contrast MRI of the brain.
    4. Contrast MRI of the brain.
    5. Ultrasound of brain.
    1. The most common cause of a subdural hematoma is an injury to the middle meningeal artery.
    2. The caudate nucleus lies adjacent to the frontal horns of the lateral ventricles.
    3. There are 4 types of intracranial haemorrhages including epidural, subdural, subarachnoid and intracerebral.
    4. An epidural hematoma is located beneath the skull.
    5. An epidural hematoma can rarely be caused due to middle meningeal vein injury.
    1. …is crescent shaped.
    2. …crosses the midline.
    3. …cannot cross the suture line.
    4. …lies between the dura and the skull.
    5. …is commonly caused by injury to the bridging arteries.
    1. Sylvian fissures
    2. Fourth ventricle
    3. Caudate lobes
    4. Cerebral aqueduct
    5. Spinal canal

    Author of lecture Intracranial Hemorrhage and Trauma

     Hetal Verma, MD

    Hetal Verma, MD

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