Spontaneous Spinal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage After Severe Coughing

A Case Report

Yutaka Oji; Kazuyuki Noda; Joji Tokugawa; Kazuo Yamashiro; Nobutaka Hattori; Yasuyuki Okuma

Disclosures

J Med Case Reports. 2013;7(274) 

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Conclusions

We suggest that spontaneous SSH should be considered when sudden back pain associated with severe headache develops. Spontaneous SSH may resolve with conservative treatment with close patient monitoring, when the patient has no neurological deficits. However, we should pay close attention to the progression of the neurological symptoms, and appropriate patient triage and timely neurosurgical intervention should be considered.

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