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delayed ischemia due to cerebral vaso spasm post operate subarachnoid haemorrhage clipping
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Delayed ischemia due to cerebral vasospasm post operate subarachnoid hemorrhage clipping. Date Author Subarachnoid hemorrhage is half of spontaneous a traumatic intracranial hemorrhages, which is actually the result of the arteriovenous malformation, leakage or rupture results in bleeding that occurs within the brain parenchyma.
This disease mostly strike at fairly young age and proved to be fatal. Its effects are similar to the cerebral infarction or intracerebral hemorrhage. Diagnosis and acute management of the subarachnoid represents a great challenge to the neurologists, neurosurgeons, interventions radiologists and intensivists. In this case study we analyze the factors that are involved in the subarachnoid hemorrhage and their relation with the delayed ischemia that is occur because of the cerebral vasospasm. In this study we also evaluate the role of the practitioners regarding to this disease. In most of the population the incidence of subarachnoid hemorrhage is 6-7 individuals per 100, 000 persons in a year. Incidence of subarachnoid hemorrhage increases with the age. Their risk factors are smoking, constant or excessive alcohol intake and hypertension. In the patients who have positive family history for subarachnoid hemorrhage, the average age at which the disease strikes to them is younger age than in patients with the sporadic subarachnoid hemorrhage. So, genetic factors also play significant role in this disease. ...
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