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found that surgical treatment was more effective than conservative treatment for patients with cerebral hemorrhage who underwent early surgery within eight hours after hemorrhage,8 had 20~50 mL of blood loss, had 9~12 points of Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) score, and aged 50~69 years.
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.
Fundus examination in the right eye revealed premacular hemorrhage about 2 disc diameters (DD) in size occupying the central macula and obscuring underlying details due to a splinter hemorrhage at the superonasal aspect of the disc (Figure 1).
In addition, we determined whether there was any difference in the intraoperative and postoperative hemorrhage rates between the two methods.
Rustam Al-Shahi Salman, Ph.D., from the University of Edinburgh in the United Kingdom, and colleagues conducted a systematic review to examine the absolute risk and predictors of intracerebral hemorrhage growth.
Immediately after delivery, a postpartum hemorrhage occurs.
Chest X-ray was normal, but subarachnoid hemorrhage was detected on brain computed tomography (Figure 1).
The diagnostic evaluation of the traumatic brain stem hemorrhage is quite challenging.
Among the various myopic fundus lesions, macular hemorrhage is a common vision-threatening complication in high myopia [4, 5].
Nguyen, "Optical coherence tomography features of sub-internal limiting membrane hemorrhage and preretinal membrane in Valsalva retinopathy," Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology / Journal Canadien d'Ophtalmologie, vol.
Groden, "Remote cerebellar hemorrhage: A review," The Cerebellum, vol.
Fetal intracranial hemorrhage, often associated with a poor prognosis [2,3], is a rare but potentially devastating consequence of maternal trauma.
Hemorrhage and eclampsia are the leading reasons of maternal death worldwide with causing 55 percent mortality in the country, according to a recent official survey.
and hospitals should have an organized and systematic treatment plan for postpartum hemorrhage, according to an updated practice bulletin from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG).