Subarachnoidalblutung

  • G. Lang
  • H. Schroeder

Zusammenfassung

Die Subarachnoidalblutung (SAB) ist eine Blutung in den Raum zwischen Arach-noidea und Pia mater infolge einer Gefaßläsion unterschiedlicher Ursache. Sie geht mit einem typischen Symptomenkomplex einher:
  • rasender Kopfschmerz,

  • Übelkeit,

  • Erbrechen,

  • Schwindel,

  • Meningismus,

  • Bewußtseinsstörungen,

  • neurologische Ausfälle,

  • Blutungen im Augenhintergrund,

  • tonisch-klonische Anfälle.

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  • H. Schroeder

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