Extradural Hematoma is a neurological disorder related to the brain. This particular condition is caused due to a sudden and abnormal bleeding inside the brain, which is caused between the inside of the skull and the outer covering layer of the brain. The underlying symptoms of having this condition are confusion, dizziness, headache, enlarged eye pupil, nausea/ vomiting, abnormal weakness and drowsiness.
HOW IS EXTRADURAL HEMATOMA DIAGNOSED?
This disorder mostly happens when there is an external skull injury due to an unforeseen situation like skull fracture, blood leakages from the vessels inside the skull, and such others.