DELAYED EXTENSIVE SUBGALEAL HEMATOMA FOLLOWING MINOR HEAD INJURY
Amit Agrawal*, Akshay Pratap**, Alin Sundas, Abhishek Tiwari***
Department of Neurosurgery*, Pediatric Surgery** and Radiology***, B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan, Nepal
Abstract

Extensive subgaleal hematoma rarely may occur several days after minor head trauma. This case illustrates the need to recognize this entity as well as manage it effectively.
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