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P036/289  Endovascular treatment of subdural hematoma
  1. Marko Cicak,
  2. Edin Mujakovic
  1. Sisters of Charity Hospital, Neurointerventional radiology., Zagreb, Croatia


Introduction Subdural hematoma is characterized by the accumulation of blood between the dura mater and the arachnoid meninges, and is most often caused by the rupture of bridging veins that connect the venous system of the brain with large venous sinuses within the dura, it can also occur due to laceration of blood vessels on the cortex. Subdural hematoma is mostly the result of head trauma and is the most common form of intracranial bleeding.

Aim of Study This presentation shows endovascular treatment of subdural hematoma in cases from our clinical practice.

Methods Case study, images and case report taken from five patients done in our angiosuite.

Results Results of presentation is to show new wave of treatment in patients whit subdural hematoma and compare midlle meningeal artery embolization versus conventional treatment for patients with subdural hematoma.

Conclusion Endovascular treatment of subdural hematoma is relatively new method of treatment in clinical practice and it will take over part of conventionally treated patient.

Disclosure of Interest Nothing to disclose.

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