Published: 16 January 2020
Author(s): Laura Franco, Maurizio Paciaroni, Maria Lotti Enrico, Umberto Scoditti, Francesca Guideri, Alberto Chiti, Alessandro De Vito, Valeria Terruso, Domenico Consoli, Simone Vanni, Alessia Giossi, Giorgia Manina, Cinzia Nitti, Roberta Re, Simona Sacco, Roberto Cappelli, Jan Beyer-Westendorf, Fulvio Pomero, Giancarlo Agnelli, Cecilia Becattini
Issue: January 2020

Intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) accounts for 10–15% of all strokes and results in significant morbidity and mortality [1]. Short-term mortality in patients with ICH is about 30% [2-4]. In these patients, advanced age, low Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS), high blood pressure, and hyperglycemia at admission are established clinical risk factors for early death [5,6]. Volume of hematoma at presentation, hematoma expansion, deep/infratentorial location and ventricular extension are the main radiologic predictors of death and poor functional outcome in the early days and at 3 months after ICH [6-11].


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