HYPERTENSIVE BLEED -> LT CEREBELLAR HAEMORRHAGE

47 YEARS MALE, presents with acute onset headache, vertigo, imbalance and drowsiness since 6 hours before admission, yesterday. His BP was 220/120 on arrival. Clinically 15/15. Ataxia ++ GAG weak+ HMF NAD Cranial Nerves examination :- NAD Power:- RT side upper limb 4/5 RT side lower limb 4/5 LT side upper and lower limb 5/5 His MRI Brain report is shown below. Kindly go through and discuss diagnosis as well as management. Regards.

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No hydrocephalus only bleed&small. Reduce icp if dtoriates futher cerebellar haematoma has to be evacuated. Contol hypetension

Needs to control BP gradually. Neurosurgeon's reference regarding cerebellar bleed. Guarded prognosis.

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