age 36 male, ct head revealed ich with biventricular extention with sah and cerebral oedema.biventricular bleed persistent but resolvin hamatoma
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Radiology 39 years experience
Neurosurgeon: Make sure you have neurosurgeon on the case to guide treatment and give advice.
Neurosurgery 35 years experience
Cranial hemorrhage: The hemorrhage will usually resolve over 6-8 weeks. The need to watch for hydrocephalus or a build up of spinal fluid is indicated. Increasing headaches, confusion, nausea, vomiting, and double vision are common presenting symptoms. The early question to answer is why the hemorrhage occurred? Aneurysm, avm, infection, high blood pressure or trauma can cause the hemorrhage and needs to diagnosed.
Last updated Mar 12, 2020
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