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Traumatic Spinal Epidural Hematoma With Significant Neurologic Findings: A Case Report.

Curēus 2023 May
Traumatic spinal epidural hematoma (TSEH) is a rare neurosurgical emergency. Our case report centers around a young 34-year-old female brought into our emergency department after a front and rear motor vehicle collision. Clinical deterioration and imaging studies revealed a large spinal epidural hematoma extending from levels C5 to T2. The patient was subsequently transferred to a different hospital for further management. This case involved a multidisciplinary approach by the combined effort of emergency medicine physicians, neurosurgeons, orthopedic trauma surgeons, general surgeons, radiologists, intensive care specialists, anesthesiologists, paramedics and nurses.

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