Bilateral ossified subdural hematoma: Literature review
Calcified/ossified chronic subdural hematoma is a rare clinical and radiological entity. It can occur as a rare complication of shunt surgery, or it may occur spontaneously. Computed tomography imaging is a practical diagnostic method. The clinical presentation is essential in the decision of surgical intervention. This review aimed to discuss the limited number of reported bilateral calcified/ossified chronic subdural hematoma cases in the literature, which is an even more rare condition. We reviewed 16 case reports retrieved from PubMed as presenting a similar case.
Keywords: Bilateral calcified subdural hematoma, computed tomography, treatment