Sweating Disorder after Traumatic Brain Injury
Case Report

We present a case of 27 year old man, who presented to our hospital with severe Head injury following a road traffic accident; with Fronto- Temporal contusion. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) revealed a sub dural haemorrhage (SDH) & a sub arachnoid haemorrhage (SAH).

He underwent an urgent Decompressive craniotomy followed by Tracheostomy, in view of requirement of prolonged ventilation. Postoperative Glasgow coma scale (GCS) remained 8/15 (E2VtM5). He spontaneously maintained his ventilation on a T-piece.

After around 4 weeks of hospitalization the patient was noticed to have features of raised ICP (Bradycardia: HR<60/min; Blood Pressure: MAP>110) along with profuse sweating over the right side of skull (head) & face...