Evaluation of Cases of Intracerebral Hemorrhage - A Clinical Study
Background: Intracerebral hemorrhage is bleeding into the brain parenchyma. The present study was to assess cases of intracerebral hemorrhage. Subjects and Methods: The present study was conducted on 74 cases of intracerebral hemorrhage of both genders. Patients were examined clinically and MRI was done in all patients. GCS score was recorded. Results: Out of 74 patients, males were 48 and females were 26. Maximum cases were seen in age group 60-80 years (47) followed by 40-60 years (23) and 20-40 years (4). The difference was significant (P< 0.05). Patients had weakness in 48, altered sensorium in 72, speech disturbance in 65, vomiting in 35, headache in 61 and convulsions in 32. The difference was significant (P< 0.05). GCS score 3-4 was seen in 4 with mortality of 3, 5-8 was seen in 10 with mortality of 1, 9-13 was seen in 22 with mortality of 1 and 14-15 was seen in 38. The difference was significant (P< 0.05). Conclusion: Maximum mortality was seen in patients with GCS score between 3-4 and maximum cases were in age group 60-80 years.