Spontaneous cerebellar haemorrhage is very rare in children and is often associated with blood diseases such as haemophilia A or acute lymphatic leukaemia. During 1995, two paediatric patients with spontaneous cerebellar haemorrhage underwent surgical treatment in the Neurotraumatology Division of "La Sapienza" University hospital in Rome. The authors discuss this unusual pathology with particular regard to the age of the patients described.

Spontaneous cerebellar haemorrhages in childhood. / Puzzilli F; Salvati M; Bristot R; Raco A; Ruggeri A; Bastianello S; Lunardi P.. - In: CHILDS NERVOUS SYSTEM. - ISSN 0256-7040. - STAMPA. - 13:11-12(1997), pp. 601-603.

Spontaneous cerebellar haemorrhages in childhood.

BASTIANELLO, STEFANO;
1997

Abstract

Spontaneous cerebellar haemorrhage is very rare in children and is often associated with blood diseases such as haemophilia A or acute lymphatic leukaemia. During 1995, two paediatric patients with spontaneous cerebellar haemorrhage underwent surgical treatment in the Neurotraumatology Division of "La Sapienza" University hospital in Rome. The authors discuss this unusual pathology with particular regard to the age of the patients described.
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