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Recognising a subdural haematoma in the elderly

BMJ talk medicine on March 11, 2014 10:48

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    Subdural haematoma is more common in elderly patients, yet the condition is easy to miss in this group.

    John Young, a consultant geriatrician at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, describes what clinical signs to look out for, and what tests can confirm a diagnosis of subdural haematoma.

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