volume 27, issue 6, P827-829 2013
DOI: 10.3109/02688697.2013.799121
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Abstract: Delayed haemorrhage in the splenium of the corpus callosum has a sporadic incidence. Physiopathology is unknown, and proposed explanations include compression of the splenium against the falx due to hydrocephalus, and haemorrhagic transformation of an ischaemic infarct due to vasospasm. Treatment is therefore based on adequate treatment of hydrocephalus and discontinuation of vasodilator drugs. The three previous cases of focal haematomas are discussed, and the first case of diffuse haemorrhage is described.

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