The patient is a 47-years-old female. She met with an accident. In the accident, she had a collar bone fracture and a hit in the back of the brain. The back of the head is bulging, and some spots are observed in the brain CT (Computed Tomography) scan. I have attached the head CT scan report for your reference. It says the study reveals a small thin fluid density subdural hygroma seen along the left cerebral convexity measuring approximately 4.5 mm in maximum thickness. There is an associated mild mass effect seen, resulting in a mild above 2.5 mm midline shift towards the right side. Attenuation values of the rest of the cerebral parenchyma are normal. Bilateral basal ganglia and thalami appear normal. Basal cisterns and Sylvian fissures are preserved. No skull fracture seen. Posterior fossa: The fourth ventricle is normal in size and shape. Cerebellar parenchyma is normal. Region of the brain stem appears normal. Please help.
I have gone through your query with diligence and would like you to know that I am here to help you. I understand that the patient has been involved in an RTA (road traffic accident) and a collection of fluid within the brain. Would you please specify your exact question?
Kindly revert with an answer to help you further.
Thanks for your reply. The patient met with an accident eight days back. For the last two days, she has been having mild head pain. We would like to know the next course of action from our side. Is there any major medical emergency you observe that we need to address? Or can we go ahead with a general physician? For your information, I have attached the head CT scan report.
.. (Nepafenac) does not have such side effects. But, I suggest you reduce the frequency of Nevanac to twice daily after 15 days and then to once at bedtime after next 15 days.
You said you are wearing -2. Read full
It may also lead to defects in the spine and spinal cord - Defects in the spine and spinal cord can range from an asymptomatic opening in the lower lumbar spine (spina bifida occulta) to more severe forms including defect in the bone and covering of the Read full
Disclaimer: No content published on this website is intended to be a substitute for professional medical diagnosis, advice or treatment by a trained physician. Seek advice from your physician or other qualified healthcare providers with questions you may have regarding your symptoms and medical condition for a complete medical diagnosis. Do not delay or disregard seeking professional medical advice because of something you have read on this website. Read our Editorial Process to know how we create content for health articles and queries.