Spontaneous Intracerebral Haematomas: Advances in Diagnosis and Therapy

Spontaneous Intracerebral Haematomas: Advances in Diagnosis and Therapy

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ISBN-13: 9783642953750
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 02/12/2012
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1980
Pages: 418
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

1 Special Lecture.- Stroke.- 2 Morphology and Aetiology.- 2.1 Pathology and Aetiology of ICH.- 2.2 Haemorrhage and Haematoma — Morbid Anatomy.- 2.3 Diagnosis and Control of Bleeding Disorders.- 2.4 ICH in Clotting Disorders.- 2.4.1 Discussion: Anticoagulants and ICH.- 2.5 Micro-angiomas and ICH.- 2.5.1 Discussion: Micro-angiomas.- 2.6 ICH in Childhood.- 2.7 Familial Incidence of ICH.- 2.8 ICH in Sinus and Cerebral Vein Thrombosis.- 2.9 Role of Traumain ICH.- 2.9.1 ICH After Minor Trauma.- 2.9.2 Trauma in Intracerebral Haematomas.- 2.9.3 Relationship Between Head Injuries and Intracerebral Haematoma.- 2.9.4 Delayed Traumatic Apoplexy.- 2.9.4.1 Discussion.- 2.10 Haematomas of Unknown Aetiology.- 2.11 Stroke and ICH in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats.- 3 Epidemiology.- 3.1 Epidemiology of ICH in Europe.- 3.2 Epidemiology of Hypertensive ICH in Japan.- 3.3 ICH and their Aetiology in India.- 3.4 WHO Statistics of Mortality in ICH.- 4 Clinical Pathology.- 4.1 Cerebral Blood Flow in ICH (Is Outcome Determined by Irreversible Haemodynamic Factors?).- 4.2 Intracranial Pressure in ICH.- 4.2.1 Discussion.- 4.3 Sequential Changes in Tissue Surrounding ICH.- 4.3.1 Discussion.- 4.4 Brain Abscess Following ICH.- 5 Aetiological Aspects of Location.- 5.1 Pathology and Aetiology of Supratentorial Haemorrhage.- 5.2 Haematomas in Hemispheric Lobes.- 5.3 Intraventricular Haematoma and Haemorrhage.- 5.3.1 Discussion.- 5.4 Correlation Between Ventricular Haemorrhage and Chronic Cerebral Ischaemia in Adult Moya-Moya.- 5.5 Cerebellar Haematomas.- 5.5.1 Discussion.- 5.6 Spontaneous Brain Stem (Pontine) Haematomas.- 5.6.1 Primary Brain Stem Haematoma.- 6 Diagnosis.- 6.1 Angiography in ICH.- 6.1.1 Differential Diagnosis of ICH.- 6.1.2 The Role of Angiography in the Neuroradiological Diagnosis of Intracerebral Haematomas.- 6.1.3 Discussion.- 6.2 Computerized Tomography (CT) in ICH.- 6.2.1 Diagnosis and Differential Diagnosis of Spontaneous ICH with CT Scan.- 6.2.2 Automatic and Quantitative Diagnosis of ICH by CT.- 6.2.3 Intraventricular Haemorrhages in CT Scans.- 6.2.4 Brain Stem Haemorrhage.- 6.2.5 CT in Traumatic ICH — Measurement of Absorption Values.- 6.2.6 Natural History and Follow-Up.- 7 Conservative Treatment.- 7.1 The Immediate Care of Stroke.- 7.2 Conservative Therapy of Spontaneous ICH.- 7.3 Rehabilitation after Acute ICH.- 7.3.1 Rehabilitation after Spontaneous ICH.- 7.3.2 Discussion.- 7.4 Initial Clinical Course and Prognostic Factors in ICH.- 7.5 Late Prognosis.- 7.5.1 Discussion.- 8 Operative Treatment.- 8.1 General Surveys.- 8.1.1 Experiences with Operation in 149 Cases of Spontaneous ICH (1966–1977).- 8.1.2 Experiences with the Surgical Treatment of 156 ICH (1955–1977).- 8.1.3 Experience with the Treatment of 48 Hypertensive ICH (1968–1978).- 8.1.4 Surgery in Spontaneous ICH.- 8.1.5 Spontaneous ICH — Prognosis and Discussion.- 8.2 Grading and Timing.- 8.2.1 Grading and Timing of Operative Treatment.- 8.2.2 Grading and the Indications for Treatment in ICH of the Basal Ganglia (Cooperative Study in Japan).- 8.2.3 Grading and Timing of Operation in Putaminal ICH.- 8.2.4 Discussion.- 8.3 Aetiology — Indications and Prognosis.- 8.3.1 Hypertensive ICH.- 8.3.1.1 Possibilities of Operative Treatment and its Limitations.- 8.3.1.2 Indications and Contra-Indications.- 8.3.1.3 Discussion.- 8.3.1.4 Prognostic Factors in the First 48 Hours in Spontaneous ICH and Spreading Haemorrhages.- 8.3.1.5 Haemorrhage and Haematoma.- 8.3.2 Clotting Disorders.- 8.3.2.1 Indications and Prognosis.- 8.3.2.2 Haematomas Due to Anticoagulant Treatment.- 8.3.3 Traumatic ICH.- 8.3.3.1 Comparative Study of the Results in Spontaneous and Traumatic ICH.- 8.3.3.2 Indications and Operative Treatment of Traumatic ICH.- 8.3.3.3 Prognosis in Traumatic ICH.- 8.4 Location — Indications and Prognosis.- 8.4.1 Haematomas in Hemispheric Lobes.- 8.4.2 Intraventricular ICH.- 8.4.2.1 Surgical Treatment.- 8.4.2.2 Location, Indication and Prognosis.- 8.4.2.3 CT Scan and Treatment.- 8.4.3 Basal Ganglia and Thalamus.- 8.4.3.1 Indication for Operative Treatment of Hypertensive ICH in the Basal Ganglia and Thalamus.- 8.4.3.2 Putaminal ICH with Regard to its Size in CT Scanning.- 8.4.3.3 Trans-Sylvian Approach in Putaminal ICH with Mild Symptoms.- 8.4.3.4 Discussion.- 8.4.4 Cerebellar Haematomas.- 8.4.4.1 Indications and Prognosis.- 8.4.4.2 Indications and Contra-Indications for Operation in Primary Haematomas of the Cerebellum and Brain Stem.- 8.4.4.3 Operative Treatment.- 8.4.4.4 Intracerebellar Haematoma.- 8.4.4.5 Operative Treatment.- 8.4.5 Brain Stem Haematomas.- 8.4.5.1 Clinical Aspects with Reference to Indications for Treatment.- 8.5 Special Technical Problems.- 8.5.1 General Remarks.- 8.5.2 Craniotomy.- 8.5.3 Burr-Hole Evacuation.- 8.5.3.1 Discussion.- 8.5.4 Operative Technique in Putaminal and Thalamic ICH.- 8.5.4.1 Trans-Sylvian Approach to Putaminal Haematomas.- 8.5.5 Continuous Ventricular Drainage.- 8.5.5.1 Technical Note.- 8.5.6 Shunt Operations.- 9 Conclusions.- 9.1 Conservative and Surgical Management.- 9.2 Prospects. The Editors.- 10 References.- 11 Subject Index.

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