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A Previously healthy,40yrs old male was admitted in the hospital on 11/4/19 in unconscious and decerebrate state with Alleged H/o Complaints of Sudden spontaneous,contnous headache with vomittings since 2 days duration.Patient was apparently well until around 3am (11/4/19) then found unconscious in bathroom by relatives.GCS was 4/15 upon arrival,Pupils - B/l 7mm NRTL,BP - On inotropes.Neurosurgeon had seen the case and explained the poor prognosis. KINDLY GIVE YOUR OPINION ON THE CASE??

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ACOM Aneurysm rupture with Extensive intraventricular haemorrhage causing obstructive hydrocephalus.

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ACA big aneurysm rupture with blood in the lateral, 3rd & 4th ventricles with early hydrocephalus and SAH.Already involved the Neurosurgeon and discussed the poor prognosis.Nothing more regarding the management.

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Acom aneurysm rupture with SAH extending into ventricular system Requires evd first CTA and DSA Define Aneurysm morphology and plan for surgery after discussing with family in detail about the prognosis

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ACOM aneurysm rupture with Extensive IVH with obstructive hydrocephalus with SAH.

ACOM Aneurysm rupture with Extensive intraventricular haemorrhage causing obstructive hydrocephalus.

Strong possibility of acom aneurysmal bleed. Dsa followed by coiling /clipping

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Acom aneurysmal bleed with involvement of ventricles b/l

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Aneurysm rupture

Aneurysmal rupture, probably acom bleed

INTRACEREBRAL involving medulla and VENTRICLES only Medical Management by NEUROPHYSICIAN

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