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Pseudosubarachnoid hemorrhage: the clot that mimicked a bleeding
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  • Amaury Baetslé,
  • Wietse Wiels,
  • Steven Raeymaeckers,
  • Johan de Mey
Amaury Baetslé
UZ Brussel
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Wietse Wiels
UZ Brussel
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Steven Raeymaeckers
UZ Brussel
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Johan de Mey
UZ Brussel
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Abstract

Pseudosubarachnoid hemorrhage is commonly associated with cerebral edema and can present in cases of severe meningitis or cerebral venous sinus thrombosis. It is important to distinguish these conditions from subarachnoid hemorrhaging to allow for swift appropriate therapy.