CSF overshunting-associated bilateral subdural hematoma
Patient with a history of hydrocephalus presented with headache after ventriculoperitoneal shunt placement
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Findings consistent with subdural hematoma due to overshunting (a known complication of VP shunt) due to stretching of bridging veins as the brain sinks away from the skull as the pressure inside the ventricles drops after shunting.
Case courtesy of Dr. Sattar Al Eisawi, consultant radiologist