PMID: 7940099Jul 1, 1994Paper

Ossified and calcified epidural hematoma incidentally found 40 years after head injury: case report

Surgical Neurology
M NaganeM Kamiya

Abstract

The authors report a 57-year-old man with an ossified and calcified epidural hematoma found incidentally 40 years after incurring a severe head injury. Since the introduction of computed tomography (CT) scan, few such cases have been described in the literature. A characteristic intracranial "double-outlined" contour on plain skull x-ray films and CT scans represented bone formation and calcification of the hematoma capsule adjacent to the dura.

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