Rapid Expansion of Hypertensive INTRACEREBRAL HEMATOMA


54-year old lady presented with left-sided hemiparesis and drowsiness of 6 hours duration. Her BP at admission was 220/160 mmHg. She was started on anti-hypertensive medications. After 11 hours, her clinical condition worsened and she became comatose. Anisocoria was also noted. BP was 160/100 mmHg. CT scan of brain was repeated, which showed massive increaseContinue reading “Rapid Expansion of Hypertensive INTRACEREBRAL HEMATOMA”

Acute Hydrocephalus Developing After Pontine Hemorrhage


Pontine haemorrhages are uncommon and account for about 10% of all cases of intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH). Hypertension is the most common underlying cause, accounting for about 90% of all cases. Pontine hemorrhages are associated with high morbidity and mortality. About 40% people with pontine bleeds do not survive. Low GCS at admission and hemorrhage volumeContinue reading “Acute Hydrocephalus Developing After Pontine Hemorrhage”

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