How can you diferentiate between a haemorrhagic and an ischaemic strke by using histry n examination

Raised ICP features more likely to be associated with haemorrhagic stroke
Progressive weakness usually Ischaemic,while sudden favours Haemorrhagic Comorbid condition like DM HTN more Ischaemic while malignant HTN favours Haemorrhagic Eyes usually looking towards Haemorrhagic lesion Pinpoint pupil favours pontine Haemorrhage Confirmation by CT scan brain
Haemorrhagic is associated with sudden onset headache and focal neurologic deficit. Ischemic - thrombotic does not have not maximal FND at onset and doesn't have severe headache.

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