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Spontaneous resolution of acute cranial subdural hematomas.

Acute cranial subdural hematoma (SDH) represents a common consequence of traumatic brain injury. The vast majority of acute SDHs larger than 10mm in thickness require immediate surgical evacuation. In rare occasions, however, spontaneous resolution may occur. In our current communication, we present four cases of spontaneous resolution of acute cranial SDH. Further more, the proposed theories explaining spontaneous resolution of acute SDH, as well as, clinical parameters and imaging characteristics that might predict such phenomenon, are also reviewed. The possibility of spontaneous resolution of an acute SDH, although remote, may impact the decision making process regarding the management of these patients under certain conditions.

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