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68 Possible Causes for Intracerebral Hematoma, Jacksonian Seizure, Seizure

  • Stroke

    CT-guided stereotactic aspiration of intracerebral hematoma—result of a hematoma-lysis method using urokinase. Appl Neurophysiol. 1985 ; 48 :427–430.[] Twenty patients (40%) had a single seizure, and most seizures (34, or 68%) were simple partial seizures or partial seizures with 2 generalization.[] Estimated incidence rates of first silent MRI cerebral hemorrhage ranged from 180 in the ages 30-39 to 6,900 at age 85.[]

  • Familial Cerebral Arteriovenous Malformations

    We report a rare case of chronic encapsulated intracerebral hematoma (CEIH) after radiosurgery for a cerebral arteriovenous malformation (AVM).[] Four patients (20%) with seizures post-Onyx had no seizure history.[] Normal vessels only displaced by hemorrhage: Other vessels or structures are not displaced unless there is an intracerebral hematoma which appears as an avascular mass.[]

  • Intracerebral Hematoma

    Abstract Three cases of organized intracerebral hematomas presented slowly progressive neurological deficits and hence mimicked brain tumors.[] Three normotensive patients presented with seizures and CT showed an intracerebral hematoma.[] The presenting symptoms include headache, seizures and focal neurological deficit, which are due to a parasitic granulomatous space-occupying lesion.[]

  • Acute Subdural Hematoma

    We think that the mechanism involved in the development of a delayed intracerebral hematoma in our case was similar to the one causing delayed traumatic intracerebral hematoma[] […] between seizures and aSDH.[] Jacksonian somatosensory seizures as the sole manifestation of chronic subdural hematoma. Arch Neurol 1982 ; 39 : 786 . Moster ML , Johnston DE, Reinmuth OM.[]

  • Cerebral Thrombosis

    When the hemorrhagic component of the infarction is large, it may look like any other intracerebral hematoma with surrounding vasogenic edema.[] More than a third of them sustains seizures, with generalized seizures occurring more frequently than focal seizures. Many patients present with hemiparesis.[] The clinical spectrum of intracerebral hematoma, hemorrhagic infarct, non-hemorrhagic infarct, and non-lesional venous stroke in patients with cerebral sinus-venous thrombosis[]

  • Lupus Encephalitis

    After excluding other factors, five NPSLE patients had severe infection, two patients with status epilepticus or cerebral hemorrhage, and one patient with the liver failure[] All types of seizures have been reported in LC although partial and secondary general seizures are more common.[] She presented with new-onset generalized seizures. High-dose steroids were given for the cerebral edema.[]

  • Brain Laceration

    Emergency surgery to relieve growing pressure before brain herniates. l Subdural hematoma - front/back blow causes slower bleed over days/wks l Intracerebral hematoma - bruising[] Since then, Wells said, her son has had brain surgery and multiple seizures.[] Contusions are punctuate (or capillary) hemorrhages, edema, and necrosis that originate in discrete regions and then coalesce with age to look more like intracerebral hematomas[]

  • Brain Contusion

    About Cerebral Contusions and Intracerebral Hematomas General Information Cerebral contusions are scattered areas of bleeding on the surface of the brain, most commonly along[] Leading causes were headache followed by seizure and dizziness. Rehospitalization was increased in the patients with altered level of consciousness.[] Those who have sustained significant bruising may develop seizures, impaired cognition, or nerve damage that results in temporary or permanent paralysis.[]

  • Subdural Hematoma

    The procedure was uneventful, however, the patient developed a postoperative large acute left temporoparietal intracerebral hematoma associated with an ipsilateral acute subdural[] Exclusion criteria History of pre‐existing seizures.[] Acute Intracerebral Hematoma Case 6: 60 year-old patient with melanoma.[]

  • Skull Fracture

    hematoma.[] After the first year of age the 34.4% of patients develop seizures and 59% present loss of consciousness.[] A missile injury through the frontal bone associated with an intracerebral hematoma/infarction along the missile tract.[]

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