Surgery for hemorrhage

Hemorrhagic stroke is a medical emergency which requires immediate treatment.  The patient is closely monitored in an intensive care unit. Surgery is recommended depending upon the stroke severity and patient’s condition. A surgery is performed to remove the hematoma and to reduce the pressure on the brain. Surgery for aneurysm is done if hemorrhage is caused by a ruptured aneurysm. Surgery is required only if the hematoma is greater than 3cm and if there is any vascular lesion in young patients.

  • Surgery for anuerysm
  • Decompressive craniotomy
  • Simple aspiration
  • Endoscopic evacuation
  • Stereotactic aspiration
  • Surgery complications

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