2012
DOI: 10.1590/s0034-70942012000100012
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Hematoma subdural intracraniano: uma rara complicação após raquianestesia: relato de caso

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“…The incidence of intracranial subdural hematoma following lumbar puncture is estimated from 1:500,000 to 1,000,000. 1 However, according to other authors, 4 the actual incidence of subdural hematoma is unknown, and it may be higher than what is suggested by the few reported cases. Nonetheless, the rebleeding of a chronic subdural hematoma after spinal anesthesia is a very rare condition.…”
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“…The incidence of intracranial subdural hematoma following lumbar puncture is estimated from 1:500,000 to 1,000,000. 1 However, according to other authors, 4 the actual incidence of subdural hematoma is unknown, and it may be higher than what is suggested by the few reported cases. Nonetheless, the rebleeding of a chronic subdural hematoma after spinal anesthesia is a very rare condition.…”
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“…These same forces can stretch and rupture dural bridging veins, dural sinus walls or small cerebral cortical veins, with consequent hemorrhage and subdural hematoma development. 1 , 2 Intracranial hematomas are very common after severe trauma, but they can also occur following an unnoticed minor trauma, especially in elderly patients, who present intracranial space widening due to physiological atrophy of the brain. Non-traumatic causes are less common, such as ruptured aneurysms or cortical arteries, hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage, arteriovenous malformations, coagulopathies, use of anticoagulant or illicit drugs, and hypertensive disease during pregnancy.…”
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“…Haviam sinais de desconforto ao se deitar (3-4 dias), leve ataxia de membros pél-vicos e hipotonia de cauda (10-15 dias). Uma das hipóteses que justificaria essa sensação de desconforto e aumento de sensibilidade seria a teoria fundamentada desde 1902 para humanos que qualifica os fenômenos álgicos como resultados da redução do volume liquórico e consequente tração das estruturas encefálica sensíveis à dor (Bisinotto et al 2012). Em todos os animais foram desprezadas três gotas de líquido cefalorraquidiano, entretanto a perda maior pode ter ocorrido pelo próprio orifício de punção na meninge aracnoide.…”
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“…Certain complications of lumbar punctures are well known and documented, such as: headache, transient neurological disorders, subdural hematoma, abscesses, meningitis and encephalitis [3].…”
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