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《Chongqing Medical Journal》 2004-10
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Effect of micro-invasive surgical evacuation on early prognosis of intracranial hematoma

XIANG Ming,HU Chang-lin,CHEN Yang-mei (Department of Neurology,the Second Affiliated Hospital,Chongqing University of Medical Sciences,Chongqing 400010,China)  
Objective To explore the effect of micro-invasive surgical evacuation on early prognosis of patients with severe cerebral hemorrhage.Methods Cases of severe cerebral hemorrhage with the volume of 50 to 80 ml in cerebral basal nuclei were randomly divided into micro-invasive surgical group and medical treated group.The early mortality rate (within 2 weeks),conscious disturbance,motor function and self-care ability of survivors were compared.Results The mortality rate and disturbance conscious were obviously reduced (P0.05,P0.01) while the motor function and self-care ability were significantly increased (P0.01) in the micro-invasive surgical group.Conclusion Micro-invasive surgical evacuation of intracranial hematoma can significantly improve the early prognosis of cases of severe cerebral hemorrhage,while reduce mortality rate,decrease the level of conscious disturbance,yet increase motor function of limb and the self-care ability.
【CateGory Index】: R651.1
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