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intraparenchimal haemorrhage

C Gallo, R Orlassino, C Vineis
Cerebral amyloidotic angiopathy represents the most frequent cause of lobar haematoma in young patients and represents 5-10% of the non-traumatic cerebral haemorrhages. In the present work, we describe one autoptic case of recurrent cerebral haemorrhages in a 58-year-old woman. Macroscopically in the brain multiple haemorragic areas were present in the right frontal pole, right frontal and temporo-parietal lobes with homolateral ventricular inundation. The histological, histochemical, immunohistochemical, ultrastructural and biomolecular investigations confirmed the presence of amyloid deposits in the middle-size and little-size cerebral arteries...
February 2006: Pathologica
G Frigieri, N Sturloni, N Modena
Recently increased utilization of high definition T. C. scan and U. S. has led, in recent years, to diagnose and to localize the intracranial haemorrhage of the term newborns. It has been possible to study the outlook of this disease. The neuro-psychological development of the children, affected by intracranial haemorrhage at the birth, is more impaired when the haemorrhage is intraparenchimal: intracerebellar or intracerebral. Our cases show that a haemorrhage causes only discord on the neuro-psycholological development...
January 1985: La Pediatria Medica e Chirurgica: Medical and Surgical Pediatrics
V Almazán, A Pulpón, L de Teresa, E Catalán, L Burgui, M Artaza Andrade
A case is presented of Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis on a biological Duramater Prosthesis. In the evolution curse, the patient presented an intraparenchimal cerebral haemorrhage, where--upon the angiographic studies demonstrated the existence of a mycotic aneurysm in the left median cerebral arterial territory. With specific antibiotic therapy and replacement of the prosthesis, the clinical evolution of the case, was positive, and later angiographies evidenced the disappearance of the aneurysm. The incidence of intracranial mycotic aneurysm complicating bacterial endocarditis is relatively high (up to 4% in post-mortem series)...
November 1978: Archivos del Instituto de Cardiología de México
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