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My friend has been diagnosed with subdural hematoma that resulted from the injury of the head he had. I only know that he has a short loss of consciousness where he collapsed to the ground and then got up. I am worried about him. He is 43 years old, male. What is subdural hematoma?

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A subdural hematoma is a collection of blood in the space between the outer layer and middle layers of the covering of the brain. It is most often caused by torn, bleeding veins on the inside outer layer as a result of a blow to the head. It often affects people who are prone to falling. Even a slight hit on the head can cause subdural hematoma.
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