Hemorrhagic Vascular Pathology - I
There are a variety of vascular pathologies that affect the brain and intracranial tissues and cause hemorrhagic stroke, i.e. a sudden, non-convulsive, loss of neurological function. However the term can be extended to include all types of spontaneous intracranial hemorrhage, such as subarachnoid hemorrhage, which may or may not cause a focal neurological deficit.
KeywordsSubarachnoid Hemorrhage Arteriovenous Malformation Hemorrhagic Stroke Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia Vascular Pathology
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