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Traumatic cervical spine subarachnoid hemorrhage with hematoma and cord compression presenting as Brown-Séqüard syndrome: illustrative case

Bernardo de Andrada Pereira, Benjamen M. Meyer, Angelica Alvarez Reyes, Jose Manuel Orenday-Barraza, Leonardo B. Brasiliense, and R. John Hurlbert

-related hemorrhages as well as vascular malformations. The majority of tumor-related hemorrhages are typically associated with ependymomas, followed by neurofibromas, astrocytomas, and lastly, meningiomas. 3 Spinal SAH that occur secondary to vascular malformations are frequently caused by arteriovenous malformations (AVMs), spinal angiomas, and aneurysms. 2 Spinal hematomas that occur as a result of trauma are less common. 4 , 5 There are only seven reported cases of traumatic cervical SAH in the literature. 6–12 Treatment is dependent on the patient’s neurological examination