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Minimally invasive surgery therapy for hypertensive intracerebral hemorrhage by CT scan

LIU Jia-ming,ZHAO Bao-gang,FANG Ye-peng(Department of Neurosurgery,Daxing Hospital of Capital University of Medical Sciences,Beijing 102600)  
Objective To investigate the clinical effect of minimally invasive removal of hypertensive intracerebral hemorrhage.Methods The puncture point was determined by CT scan and a marker was made there.The second CT scan was taken to adjust the point,then the skull was drilled and the hematoma was sucked out followed by fibrinolytic treatment after operation.Results The drainage lasted from 14 hours to four days.Among 40 cases under this treatment,the hematoma was removed completely in eight patients,more than 70% was removed in 29 patients and 50%~70% was removed in three patients.Conclusions Minimally invasive drainage is simple,safe and micro-traumatic.It can also remove the hematoma efficiently and relieve the space-occupying effect.
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