Differentiated approach in the management of traumatic intracranial hematomas
Authors: Yrysov K.B., Abdymechinova A.K.
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The investigation is based on the analysis of data from 197 patients with traumatic intracranial hematomas after surgical and conservative management. The duration of the investigation from 1 to 22 years after suffered brain trauma and surgery, the average katamnesis was 7,0 ± 3,0 years, patients age from 20 to 75 years, the median age - 43,0 ± 4,0 years, male - 167 cases, female - 30. Out of these 197 series, epidural hematomas have been removed in 40 patients, subdural hematomas - in 107, intracerebral hematomas - in 20, epi-s0ubdural hematomas - in 16, combination of subdural and intracerebral hematomasin 12, epidural and intracerebral - in 1, intraventricular hematoma - in 1 case. Small sized hematomas - 20-50 cm3 have been revealed in 12%, 50-100 cm3 - in 54%, more than 100 cm3 - in 25% series.