hemorrhagic stroke


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hemorrhagic stroke

Neurology An ischemic stroke in which blood enters necrotic brain tissue, which may not be accompanied by a worsening clinical status Risks for HS Hemophilia, thrombocytopenia, sickle cell anemia, DIC, anticoagulants, HTN. See Stroke. Cf Intracerebral hemorrhage, Ischemic stroke.
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Before this study was released, there had been some evidence--most of it from individual case reports--that PPA was linked to an increased risk of hemorrhagic stroke.
MATERIALS AND METHODS: The study is designed to determine the incidence of hyponatremia in stroke patients (both in ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke patients) and to find out its association with early (30 days) mortality.
There was no association between abdominal obesity and hemorrhagic stroke.
A total of 108 hemorrhagic stroke cases occurred in 13 of the 16 trials.
Until now epidemiologic data on migraine and hemorrhagic stroke have been lacking because of the relatively low number of hemorrhagic strokes, Dr.
Until now, epidemiologic data on migraine and hemorrhagic stroke have been lacking because of the relatively low number of hemorrhagic strokes, Dr.
Hemorrhagic stroke, characterized by bleeding in the brain, comprises up to 30 percent of all strokes and can lead to disability, paralysis or death.
The only known drawback: one study suggested that vitamin E might increase the risk of hemorrhagic stroke, but it's too early to say for sure.
Among 51,342 randomized women, aspirin therapy was associated with a significant 17% reduction in overall stroke risk, achieved through a 24% reduction in risk of ischemic stroke and a nonsignificant 7% increase in risk of hemorrhagic stroke.
Vitamin E appeared to reduce the risk of prostate cancer but increase the risk of hemorrhagic stroke.
Hemorrhagic stroke accounts for the remainder of stroke cases and is caused by a blood vessel rupturing and bleeding into the surrounding brain tissue.