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Journal:   ACTA MEDICA IRANICA   2000 , Volume 38 , Number 4; Page(s) 201 To 203.
 
Paper: 

INTRACEREBRAL PNEUMATOCELE FOLLOWING NON-PENETRATING HEAD INJURY: REPORT OF A CASE

 
 
Author(s):  SABERI H.*
 
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Abstract: 
Non-penetrating head injuries associated with skull base fractures can lead to the development of pneumocephalus upon airs ingress, which leads its course in the subarachnoid space. Intracerebral air accumulation is rare and ensuses when a paranasal sinus fracture is associated with a ensues when a paranasal sinus fracture is associated with a nearby parenchymal contusion. A 25-year old man is being presented with complaints of severe headaches and CSF rhinorrhea 2 months following head trauma. Intraparenchymal air entrapment was observed on computed tomogram. Surgical intervention was required to alleviate the symptoms. Surgical drainage and dural defect repair seems warranted for symptomatic intracerebral pneumatoceles to circumvent the on growing pathological sequel.
 
Keyword(s): PNEUMATOCELE , INTRACEREBRAL , ANTERIOR SKULL BASE FRACTURE
 
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