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lisinopril for subdural hematoma

Lucinda G Miller, Barton Freeman
A 78-year-old Caucasian man developed headache, confusion and progressive right-sided weakness following a fall resulting in ecchymosis over the left eye orbit five days prior to admission. A subdural hematoma was diagnosed upon CAT scan. Upon evacuation, a very large left frontoparietal subdural hematoma with the appearance of mixed elements of hemorrhage and older fluid was noted. The finding was chronic subdural hematoma described as "crankcase oil." The patient's only prior medications were lisinopril 20 mg daily and ginkgo biloba 50 mg three times a day...
2002: Journal of Herbal Pharmacotherapy
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