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Remote cerebellar haematoma (RCH) from the operative site is one of the most serious, although extremely rare, complications
of spinal surgery.
Dural opening is common to every reported case of a spinal procedure complicated by cerebellar hemorrhage, supporting
the hypothesis that CSF loss is central to the pathogenesis of this condition. We report our experience with the case of
cerebellar haematoma after lumbar disc surgery and the literature is reviewed