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Rapidly changing of Subdural haemorrhage associated with severe head injury.

A 20 year old boy who comes to the hospital because of head  injury and broken leg. He has scanned two times after 2 hours. The first time when coming to emergency room he was diagnosed with Acute minor subdural haemorrhage so that he did not need an operation. But after he tranfered to ICU he was soon become unconcious condition with severe subdural haemorrhage on the left side of his brain. On ct scanner, the middle line has been displaced into the right side 11mm. As a matter of fact he needs an operation immediately.

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