Feb 07, 2023
Strengthen your understanding of the intraparenchymal hemorrhage, extradural hemorrhage and subdural hemorrhage. Read this blog for a quick overview of the topic.
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Bleeding into the brain parenchyma proper is referred to as Intraparenchymal hemorrhage.
|BROCA’S area damage||Wernicke’s Damage|
|↓Fluency Syntax (Grammar) Expression|
Fluency is Preserved
A 50 year old, HTN (non-compliant with medications) comes with the chief C/O → Facial asymmetry and sudden onset → Aphasia and weakness in right arm/shoulder
Provisional diagnosis – LMCA Territory stroke O/E → DTR are Brisk and Babinski sign (+). Non-cooperative with Fundus examination
70 yr male → Obese, T2 DM, Slipped in Bathroom 7 days back → Bump on head (Subperiosteal Bleeding) + C/O Focal deficit and Arm weakness.
● If the patient is >75 yr old and GCS is < 8. volume of bleed > 30 cc and is infratentorial bleed then in these worst scenarios the requirement of Sx intervention is must for management of the patient.
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