Cerebellar haemorrhage causing obstructive hydrocephalus

Case contributed by Dr David Cuete

Presentation

Unconscious . History of headache and dysarthria 30 minutes before admission

Patient Data

Age: 65
Gender: Female

CT Shows a large  cerebellar haemorrhage  with extension into the ventricles and sub-arachnoid space. There is obstructive hydrocephalus due to hematoma in the 4th ventricle.

Case Discussion

This case shows  how a cerebellar hemorrhage can cause obstructive hydrocephalus

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Case information

rID: 33989
Case created: 1st Feb 2015
Last edited: 24th Nov 2015
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