Expansion of Thalamic Hemorrhage After Initial Presentation


Intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) accounts for 20-35% of all strokes. Hypertension is the commonest underlying cause of ICH. The common sites for hypertensive ICH are putamen, thalamus, pons, cerebellum, subcortical and lobar hematomas. Basal ganglia (putamen) is the most common site for ICH accounting for about 50% of all cases. Thalamus holds the second position andContinue reading “Expansion of Thalamic Hemorrhage After Initial Presentation”

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