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Image in toxicology: Pseudo-subarachnoid hemorrhage in a case of severe valproic acid poisoning.

Authors
Min, YG; Tse, ML
Citation
Clinical toxicology, 49(7):699-700, 2011
Journal Title
Clinical toxicology
ISSN
0009-9309
Abstract
Pseudo-subarachnoid hemorrhage (PSAH) is a false-positive finding on cranial computed tomography (CT) in patients with cerebral edema. Its appearance on CT resembles subarachnoid hemorrhage despite the absence of subarachnoid blood. We report the finding of PSAH in a case of massive valproic acid overdose.
MeSH terms
Anticonvulsants/*poisoningBrain Edema/*chemically induced/*radiographyFalse Positive ReactionsHumansMaleOverdosePredictive Value of TestsSeverity of Illness IndexSubarachnoid Hemorrhage/*radiographySubarachnoid Space/radiography*Tomography, X-Ray ComputedValproic Acid/*poisoningYoung Adult
DOI
10.3109/15563650.2011.602082
PMID
21819343
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