Dr. Irene Gatti de Leon began experiencing weakness in her right arm and leg, seemingly out of the blue. Two months prior, she had slipped on some ice and hit her head, but at the time, was able to shake it off and didn’t give it a second thought.
|More severe (non-chronic) subdural hematoma, indicated by arrow.|
- When to visit the ER if you hit your head
- Normal CT scan doesn’t mean bleeding won’t occur weeks later
- Symptoms of head trauma can be delayed for weeks
- Can chronic subdural hematoma be fatal if untreated?
- Symptoms of stroke vs. chronic subdual hematoma
- Can symptoms of chronic subdural hematoma go away on their own?
- CONCUSSION MYTHS and FACTS