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We report the case of a six-month old child with bilateral chronic subdural hematoma of unknown origin containing erythroblasts, metamyelocytes and blast-like cells. No such cells were found in venous blood. No primary neoplastic disorder was found. Throughout a 19-month follow-up period, general and neurodevelopmental examination remained normal with complete resolution of the subdural haematoma in the presence of macrocephaly. We discuss the origin and role of these cells.


Journal article


Revue Neurologique

Publication Date





206 - 208