Die Subarachnoidalblutung

  • E. Meusel
  • R. Fahlbusch
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Zusammenfassung

Blutungen in den Subarachnoidalraum stellen stets eine vitale Gefährdung des Patienten dar. Sie entstehen im engeren Sinne durch Gefäßrupturen aus dem Bereich der Hirnrinde oder der Hirnhaut. Im weiteren Sinne können auch primär im Hirnparenchym entstandene Blutungen direkt in den Subarachnoidalraum durchbrechen oder aber über Einblutungen in die inneren Liquorräume indirekt Verbindung zum Subarachnoidalraum erlangen.

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