Release of thrombin following acute subdural hematoma does not influence lesion development

Tobias Krämer, Axel Heimann, Oliver Kempski & Beat Alessandri
Objective: Acute subdural hemorrhage is a major complication following traumatic brain injury and is associated with high mortality. Beside the subdural mass, components from blood coagulation have been proposed to play an important role in lesion development. In this respect thrombin is known to be[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]