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We investigated whether quantifying the spectral peaks for oxyhaemoglobin, methaemoglobin, and bilirubin (and their ratios) and comparing them to established standards for timing subarachnoid haemorrhage, might permit timing of the subdural haemorrhage.
When red cells enter the subarachnoid space, they are visible for a few days to several weeks.1 Lysis of red cells results in oxyhaemoglobin release predominantly between 2 and 12 hours but continues up to 48 hours. A microsomal enzyme haeme oxygenase, released from …
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