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The latest research on this shows that the brain can take a long time to heal. With what you are describing though it sounds like the hematoma is causing a decreased blood perfusion in the area because it has not dissolved, this can lead to ischemic brain tissue. You need to consult with a nuerologist.
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I recommend you see an ear nose and throat specialist.
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Posted on Jan 06, 2014
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