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Spontane intrazerebrale Blutungen

  • W. Deinsberger
  • S. Schwarz
  • A. Krone
  • D.-K. Böker

Zusammenfassung

Spontane intrazerebrale Blutungen (ICB) stellen mit einem Anteil von 10-15% die zweithäufigste Ursache aller Schlaganfälle dar. Die Inzidenz dieser Erkrankung beträgt ca. 12-15/100000 Einwohner. Die Prognose ist trotz the-rapeutischer Fortschritte insgesamt schlecht. Etwa die Hälfte der Patienten stirbt an den Folgen der Blutung, meist innerhalb der ersten 30 Tage, in einzelnen Subgruppen versterben sogar bis zu 70%.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • W. Deinsberger
  • S. Schwarz
  • A. Krone
  • D.-K. Böker

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