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Clinical investigation of treating hypertensive intracerebral hemorrhage with minimally invasive surgery

Yuan Liangjin,Jiang Mingkun, Yao Zhengpen, et al Department of Neurology, the Municipal Hospital of AnQing, 246003  
Objective To investigate the efficacy of minimally invasive surgery (MIS) in the treatment of hypertensive intracerebral hemorrhage (HCH).Methods Of 198 patients with HCH n=100 were divided into MIS group (n=100,treated with MIS) and medical group (n=98,treated with conserative treatment) separately.The efficacy of two groups was compared.Results The total effective rate of MIS group was 95%,medical group was 42.9%(P0.01).The mortality rate of MIS group was 3%,medical group was 27.6%.the patient's living abilities and stages of two groups had obvious different after 6 months follow-up (P0.05).Conclusion Minimally invasive surgery is an effective method for treating HCH and can improve obviously the patient's prognosis.
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