Subdural Hematoma

 

Subdural hematoma is the collection of blood in the space between the lining of the brain (dura) and the brain.  Causes include trauma and spontaneous occurence.  Acute Subdural Hematomas are most often emergencies.  Chronic subdural hematomas will present with headaches, confusion, weakness or seizures.  Subdural hematoma may be treated with surgery by making a small opening in the skull and draining the blood.  

Whatever the neurosurgical approach, we have the latest techniques available to us for your benefit.  Minimizing surgery and maximizing outcome is our goal.  We have the clinical experience for great outcomes with a personal touch.