Intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) growth is an important independent predictor of clinical deterioration and outcome. Little is known about the association between etiology of ICH and occurrence of hematoma expansion (HE). The aim of the present study was to assess whether ICH etiologic subtype may influence the risk of significant HE.

The etiologic subtype of intracerebral hemorrhage may influence the risk of significant hematoma expansion

CAPPELLARI, Manuel
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ZIVELONGHI, CECILIA;MORETTO, Giuseppe;MICHELETTI, Nicola;CARLETTI, Monica;TOMELLERI, GIAMPAOLO;BOVI, PAOLO
2015

Abstract

Intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) growth is an important independent predictor of clinical deterioration and outcome. Little is known about the association between etiology of ICH and occurrence of hematoma expansion (HE). The aim of the present study was to assess whether ICH etiologic subtype may influence the risk of significant HE.
Etiology; Expansion; Growth; Hematoma; Intracerebral hemorrhage; SMASH-U
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