Lobar hemorrhage

Lobar hemorrhage

Bleeding into one of the lobes of the brain.
References in periodicals archive ?
Acute lobar hemorrhage is treated with refraining from use of anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs, and fine control of blood pressure to avoid intracranial hypertension.
Cerebral amyloid angiopathy (CAA) is now considered an important cause of lobar hemorrhage in the elderly (Vonsattel at al.
Cerebral amyloid angiopathy is now considered an important cause of lobar hemorrhage, multifocal microhemorrhagic in the elderly.
They cautioned that a recent study suggested that people with a history of lobar hemorrhage might be at particular risk from statin therapy Since their study "could not test this important subset" of stroke survivors, clinicians should remain cautious about prescribing statins for such patients, the researchers said.
With cerebral amyloid angiopathy, there is progressive amyloid deposition restricted to small- to medium-sized vessels of the brain that leads to fibrinoid necrosis and vascular frailty, and there is often associated diffuse multifocal white matter disease, and symptomatic lobar hemorrhage.
The 1999 American Heart Association management guidelines for ICH recommend a computed tomography (CT) scan to diagnose ICH, no use of steroids, no surgical evacuation for patients with a Glasgow Coma Score of 4 or less or IVH less than 3 cm on CT, and consideration of surgical evacuation in "young patients with moderate to large lobar hemorrhage with clinical deterioration.
3-fold more likely to have a lobar hemorrhage than people without either of these alleles.
Other factors that increased the risk of lobar hemorrhage included: a first-degree relative who had an intracerebral hemorrhage, which conferred a relative risk of 12; heavy alcohol use, which conferred a relative risk of 5.
Ventricular extension usually seen with Caudate, thalamic, large putaminal and large lobar hemorrhages.
Diverse hemorrhages with great neurological deficits or large lobar hemorrhages