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Treatment of cerebral hemorrhage by removing intracranial hematomas through micro-traumatic operation:Report of 60 cases

WANG Hua,GAO Hong-bo,LI Qing-chun,ZHANG Bao-min(Department of Internal Medicine,Dangshan County People's Hospital,Dangshan 235300,China)  
Objective:To observe the efficacy of micro-traumatic operation(MTO)on cerebral hemorrhage(CH).Methods:One hundrend and twenty cases of CH were divided into MTO group(n=60,treated with MTO)and medical group(n=60,treated with conservative treatment)separately and the results of the two groups were compared.Results:The total effective rate in the MTO group was 81.67%,which was higher than that in the medical group(45.00%)(P0.005).The case fatality rate in the MTO group(11.67%)was lower than that in the medical group(40.00%)(P0.005).The patient's activity of daily living and states of the two groups had obvious difference after six months' follow-up(P0.05).Conclusions:The therapy of MTO is a simple,safe and economic method with small traumas.It can obviously improve the patient's prognosis and reduce the death rate of patients with CH.It is worth carrying out in primary hospitals.
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