Epidural hematoma producing brown-sequard syndrome: A case due to ruptured hemangioma with magnetic resonance imaging findings JOURNAL OF NEUROIMAGING Ehsan, T., Henderson, J. M., Manepalli, A. N. 1996; 6 (1): 62-63


A man developed spontaneous spinal epidural hematoma secondary to ruptured hemangioma with a clinical picture resembling acute partial Brown-Séquard syndrome. Diagnosis by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) allowed prompt surgical decompression and complete reversal of the neurological deficits. The diagnosis, etiology, and MRI findings of spinal epidural hematomas are discussed.

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