Low Pressure Traumatic Epidural Hematoma in a child with a p
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History and examination

A 2½-year-old male child who had undergone a prior left-sided anatomic hemispherectomy to treat refractory epilepsy fell down two steps, striking the left side of his head. There was no loss of consciousness or any immediate behavior changes. However, over the next four hours, he became increasingly irritable and vomited after eating, prompting the parents to bring the child for evaluation. On presentation to the emergency room, the patient was awake and alert, but irritable. His pupils were bilaterally equal and reactive, and his extraocular motions were intact. His right-sided hemiparesis from his hemispherectomy was unchanged from baseline per his parents. A CT scan of the head demonstrated a left frontal epidural hematoma beneath the site of his prior craniectomy.....

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4411572/
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