Chronic Subdural Haematoma, also known as Chronic Subdural Hemorrhage, is a condition in which blood collects between the brain and its outermost layer. In some cases, the haematoma can be asymptomatic and does not require treatment. In other cases, this condition can cause neurological problems such as confusion, memory problems, headaches, and seizures. Surgical treatment for chronic subdural haematoma can include draining fluid by creating small holes in the skull or craniotomies for larger hematomas.
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