Objective To study the methods of detection and treatment for distant hematoma during the craniocerebral injury operation. Methods The clinical data of 36 cases of patients, who had distant hematoma during the craniocerebral injury operation in Department of Neurosurgery of Affiliated Zhongshan Hospital of Dalian University from January, 2008 to December, 2012 were analyzed retrospectively. Results The prognostic effect of the 36 patients was evaluated by the Glasgow Outcome Score(GOS): 4 patients died after surgery, 32 cases survived. 9 months follow-up was given to the patients after they discharged from the hospital, there were 17 cases with good recovery, 10 cases with mild disability and 5 cases with severe disability. Conclusion During the craniocerebral injury operation, clearing intracranial space-occupying lesions, full decompression, reducing intracranial pressure and postoperative cerebral ischemia and hypoxia are effective measures for preventing and treating intraoperative distant hematoma.
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