Mahavishnu Sahadevan, TayJiann Shyang and Kushanthini Sivaloganathan
This is a case of a 50-year-old female, who presented with a severe throbbing right sided headache, vomiting and fever for 3 days. An initial ct brain was normal, however a Ct venogram revealed a right cavernous sinus thrombosis. Patient was started on low molecular weight heparin and antibiotics however developed an atraumatic extra dural haemorrhage. This is an account of a case of an atypical presentation of cavernous sinus thrombosis which developed a complication of an EDH during the course of treatment.