cerebral hemorrhage


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bleeding from a ruptured blood vessel in the brain

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Hypertensive intracerebral hemorrhage (HICH) is one of the common acute cerebrovascular diseases and also one of the common types of cerebral hemorrhage. Now it has been an important cause of death,1 which has severely threatened the physical and psychological health of human.
However, the ability of AIS patients with a history of cerebral hemorrhage to accept tPA thrombolytic therapy remains in question, and the safety of this treatment requires further evaluation.
Pulmonary infection is one of the most common complications in patients with acute cerebral hemorrhage, which directly affects the prognosis of those patients [11-13].
Sax, "HSV-1 encephalitis complicated by cerebral hemorrhage in an HIV-positive person," AIDS Reader, vol.
Even though intracerebral hemorrhage should be considered to be caused by dural sinus thrombosis in this case, treatment with anticoagulation in this situation is still controversial for it may increase the risk of rebleed and deteriorate existing cerebral hemorrhage. We considered noninflammatory microangiopathy and thrombosis were the predominant changes in this patient and cerebral hemorrhage was secondary pathologic change of increased vascular pressure mainly due to venous thrombosis rather than increased vascular wall permeability with inflammation.
The mortality rate of patients with cerebral hemorrhage can reach 40% to 50%, and 75% of the survivors cannot live independently after 1 year, which seriously affects quality of life [1].
Mother Angelica had been in declining health since suffering a cerebral hemorrhage on Christmas Eve 2001.
And former President Francisco Flores was awaiting trial for his alleged diversion of millions of dollars in earthquake aid to his political party before he died in January of a cerebral hemorrhage. The court ordered that various accounts of Saca be frozen.
SAN SALVADOR (TAP) - Former Salvadoran President Francisco Flores died Saturday in a private hospital in the capital after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage, his party confirmed.
Recent studies indicate that autophagy is also involved in the pathological process of cerebral hemorrhage as a degradation process of proteins and organelles within the cells [83-87].
Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) of antihypertensive drugs interventions that aimed at lowering BP in patients with acute ICH were identified by searching PubMed, EMBASE, The Cochrane Library, China National Knowledge Infrastructure, and VIP database up to July 2014 with different combinations of the following key words: "intracerebral hemorrhage" or "cerebral hemorrhage" or "antihypertensive" or "blood pressure lowering" or "hematoma enlargement" or "hematoma expansion" or "hematoma growth." No language limits were imposed.
He lost his long battle to cerebral hemorrhage and passed away in hospital today.
Here, we report the case of a 1-month-old preterm infant who suffered from recurrent cerebral hemorrhage due to a ruptured IIA.
China's computerized organ-allocation system was used successfully for the first time in Beijing, when donated organs from a 47-year-old man who died of a cerebral hemorrhage, were transplanted into three patients in mid-December.