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Surgery for chronic subdural haematoma: is there an evidence base?
  1. L T Dunn
  1. Department of Neurosurgery, Glasgow University, Southern General Hospital, Glasgow G51 4TF, UK;

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    It is time for a well designed and adequately sized clinical trial of the treatment of chronic subdural haematoma

    In their paper on pp 937–943 (this issue),1 Weigel et al have assessed in a systematic way the published studies on outcome following different surgical treatments for chronic subdural haematoma. They suggest that burr hole evacuation has the best cure/complication ratio and that postoperative closed system drainage reduces …

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