Clinical syndromes and management of intracerebral hemorrhage
Current Atherosclerosis Reports, 05/01/2012
Ko SB et al. – In the early phase, damage to the brain tissues surrounding the hematoma causes progression of neurologic symptoms. Expansion of supratentorial ICHs may result in transtentorial herniation, causing mental status deterioration and loss of pupillary light reflex. Compared to ischemic stroke, seizure is more common in intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH).