A Case of Recurrent Hemorrhages due to a Chronic Expanding E
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Chronic encapsulated intracranial hematoma (EIH) is a rare type of intracranial hematoma. Few case reports for this condition exist, and the pathology remains unclear. This article describes a patient with a recurrent microhemorrhage – which after 6 months transitioned to a chronic expanding EIH – on whom operative treatment was performed. Subsequent pathological examinations showed that the hematoma exhibited abnormal internal vascularization and was covered with a capsule formed from growing capillaries and accumulating collagen fibers, suggesting that it was an EIH.No lingering neurological symptoms were noted upon postoperative follow-up.

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