The issue that arises with acute and chronic subdural hematomas is whether the acute hemorrhage is due to a spontaneous rebleed or due to a second injury.
What does CSDH stand for?
CSDH stands for Chronic Subdural Hematoma
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The major concern is that this may progress to a chronic subdural hematoma.
Acute subdural hematomas usually result from a serious head injury, whereas chronic subdural hematomas can occur spontaneously or after a very minor head injury, especially in the elderly.