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Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences
BACKGROUND Acute subdural haematoma is a common type of intracranial haematoma occurring from head injuries. It is frequently associated with cerebral contusion or laceration. It carries a high mortality and morbidity despite advanced care in the management of head injury. In the treatment of head injuries the subgroup of patients having acute subdural haematoma respond relatively poorly to the most vigorous treatment, both conservative and surgical which is most depressing. In our study ourdoi:10.14260/jemds/2015/2577 fatcat:pg5gajw2mjgdnkt4gjrw3mqbei