Intraoperative supratentorial epidural haematoma during removal of a huge posterior fossa dermoid cyst

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Abstract

Epidural haematomas may occur following cranial operations, and most of them are located near the craniotomy or burr-hole areas. There are very few cases of supratentorial epidural haematoma following the resection of giant tumours located in the posterior fossa. In this case report, we present a patient who developed an acute left temporoparietal epidural haematoma in the perioperative period during the excision of a huge dermoid cyst in the posterior fossa.

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Avci, E., Dagtekin, A., Baysal, Z., & Karabag, H. (2010). Intraoperative supratentorial epidural haematoma during removal of a huge posterior fossa dermoid cyst. Neurologia i Neurochirurgia Polska, 44(6), 609–613. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0028-3843(14)60160-2

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