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90/m c/o sudden onset LOC with lt sided weakness.no h/o trauma, seizures, vomiting.diabetic and hypertensive.what could be line of management

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Left teporocapsuloganglionic bleed with midline shift to rt with brain edema,compression of left lateral ventricle with blood in the posterior horn of rt lateral ventricle .Early uncal herniation to rt with hyperdense rt tentorium .. Control hypertension, Major bleed . Active supportive care
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A massive hypertensive intracranial bleed left parietal and temporal region with gross midline shift, global ischemia. May be rupture of a berry aneurysm. If patient is on aspirin and clopidogrel it should be stopped immediately. After resuscitation, intubation- a neurosurgical consultation and decompressive craniectomy is indicated
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Left teporocapsuloganglionic bleed with midline shift to rt with brain edema,compression of left lateral ventricle with blood in the posterior horn of rt lateral ventricle .Early uncal herniation to rt with hyperdense rt tentorium .. Control hypertension, Major bleed . Active supportive care
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Case of intracerebral hemorrhage Massive hemorrhage on lt side in parietotemporal area and thalamus area Mid line shift to rt as well as leakage in lt ventricle Cerebral oedema+
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Lt brain severe hemorrhage with median shift with perilesional oedema Urgent evacuation of ctot blood Refer to Neurosurgeon
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SUGGESTIVE OF LT.. INTRACRANIAL. BLEED. SECONDARY. TO ... MASSIVE. HTN.. DD RUPTURED ANEURYSM..
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Left cerebral big haematoma, prognosis poor
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