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Chronic Subdural Hemorrhage (Hematoma)

The brain has three layers of tissue, with its outermost layer, which is adjacent to the skull, referred to as the dura. Chronic subdural hemorrhage is a condition in which blood slowly leaks beneath the outermost layer of the dura, occurring in about 25% of people who suffer head injuries, often developing 3-4 weeks after an accident involving severe shaking or impact to the head.

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Alzheimer' s Disease and Dementia : Treating with understanding

Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most commonly occurring diseases worldwide and most well-known form of dementia, it’s estimated that there are over 55 million people in the world living with dementia.

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Neuroscience Center | Bumrungrad International Hospital

The Neuroscience Center at Bumrungrad is one of the most trusted and renowned brain centers in Thailand. We offer a wide range of services and treatments for neurological disorders.

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A Story of Healing and a Second Chance | Bumrungrad International Hospital

Khin Lynn Lett is a young woman, who suffered from Spinal Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM) but has found a hope and gotten a second chance to walk thanks to the relentless effort of Bumrungrad’ s multidisciplinary medical team.

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Dr. Ketchai Suavansri, a music-loving behavioral neurologist

"I believe music helps me to become a doctor, who can appreciate the fascinating complexity of a human mind”, Dr. Ketchai, an experienced specialist of the regional leading Center in Neurology.

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