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Figure 1: Images from case 1. (a) Brain CT objectifying a heterogeneous, right frontoparietal, chronic subdural haematoma. (b) Brain CT control after the right frontal BHC; objectifying the persistence of the collection, with shift effect on the brain. (c) Brain CT after the second BHC's surgery; objectifying the persistence of the collection and the presence of iatrogenic contusion (black arrow). (d) Right frontoparietal bone flap, evacuation of the haematoma, and outer membranectomy (white star) were performed. (e) Opening of the internal capsule. (black star: the inner membrane). (f) Removal of the inner membrane after using a hydrodissection technique. (g) Brain decompressed after membranectomy (black arrow: the brain contusion). (h) Brain CT control objectifying regression of the collection and there was no compression on the brain. CT: Computed tomography, BHC: Burr-hole craniostomy

Figure 1: Images from case 1. (a) Brain CT objectifying a heterogeneous, right frontoparietal, chronic subdural haematoma. (b) Brain CT control after the right frontal BHC; objectifying the persistence of the collection, with shift effect on the brain. (c) Brain CT after the second BHC's surgery; objectifying the persistence of the collection and the presence of iatrogenic contusion (black arrow). (d) Right frontoparietal bone flap, evacuation of the haematoma, and outer membranectomy (white star) were performed. (e) Opening of the internal capsule. (black star: the inner membrane). (f) Removal of the inner membrane after using a hydrodissection technique. (g) Brain decompressed after membranectomy (black arrow: the brain contusion). (h) Brain CT control objectifying regression of the collection and there was no compression on the brain. CT: Computed tomography, BHC: Burr-hole craniostomy