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medpix case - acute, delayed epidural hematoma "medpix case - acute, delayed epidural hematoma", by Original Source: Steven J Goldstein; Author: Steven J Goldstein (University of Kentucky); Approved By: James G. Smirniotopoulos, M.D. (Uniformed Services University);. Extra-axial hematoma left, anterior cranial fossa with mass effect....

An epidural is an injection in your back to stop you feeling pain partly of your body. This web page covers epidural anaesthesia, a type of epidural commonly provided for pain alleviation in giving birth and in some types of surgical treatment. Steroid medicine can additionally be supplied an epidural shot, to treat pain in your back or leg that's triggered by sciatica or a slipped disc. As you will not have the ability to drive for 1 day after having an epidural, so you'll need to schedule somebody to take you home.

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