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Chirurgia 2007 June;20(3):145-9

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Subaracnoid haemorrage due to ruptured aneurysm. A surgical emergency still causing poor prognostic expectance

Russo A.

U.O.C. Pronto Soccorso Chirurgico Presidio Ospedaliero “Leopoldo Parodi Delfino” ASL ROMA G, Roma


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Prognostic evaluation of brain haemorrage due to cerebral aneurysm is very hard; though the urgency of early diagnosis and specialistic treatment, surgical eligibility is conditioned by very important factors, such as the entity of bleeding, functional defects consequent to cerebrovascular lesions, frequent cohexisting chronic and degenerative pathologies in the elderly and the apopletic clinical rise in young patients, caused by predisposing anatomical conditions.
The reported collection seems to be suggestive of common neurosurgical experience, from clinical features to poor prognostic expectance, focusing also the attention upon the practical problems, regarding this kind of patients, to be transferred to neurosurgical department.

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