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DOI: 10.1016/S1130-1473(04)70504-7
Arachnoid cyst rupture with subdural hygroma: Case report and literature review
Ruptura de quiste aracnoideo con higroma subdural: caso clínico y revisión de la literatura
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E. Cakir, Kayhankuzeyli, O.C. Sayin
, B. Peksoylu, G. Karaarslan
Department of Neurosurgery. Karadeniz technical university school of medicine. Trabzon. Turkey
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Arachnoid cyst rupture causing subdural hygroma is rare. Twenty-one cases have been previously reported in the literature. We report a case of a 9-year-old boy presenting signs and symptoms of increased intracra-nial pressure due to the rupture of a type III arachnoid cyst causing subdural hygroma. The clinical and radio-logical findings as well as the management of the patient are discussed in relation to the pertinent literature.

Key words:
Arachnoid cyst
Complications
Magnetic resonance imaging
Subdural hygroma
Resumen

La ruptura de un quiste aracnoideo que cause un higroma subdural es rara. Se han publicado veintiun casos en la literatura. Presentamos el caso de un niño de 9 años, con signos de hipertensión intracraneal, debido a la ruptura de un quiste arcnoideo tipo III, que da lugar a un higroma subdural. Se describen los hallazgos clínicos y radiológicos, así como la conducta a seguir, en relación con la literatura pertinente.

Palabras clave:
Quiste aracnoideo
Complicaciones
Resonancia magnética
Higroma subdural
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Cakir, E.; Kayhankuzeyli, Sayin, O.C.; Peksoylu, B.; Karaarslan, G.: Arachnoid cyst raptare with subdural hygroma: Case report and literature review. Neurociragía 2004; 15: 72–75.

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