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《Chinese Journal of Difficult and Complicated Cases》 2006-01
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Minimally invasive surgery for massive intracerebral hemorrhage in elderly patients

HAN Ju.Department of Neurology,Shandong Provincial Qianfoshan Hospital affiliated to Shandong University,Jinan 250014,China  
Objective To investigate the therapeutic effect of minimally invasive surgery on massive intracerebral hemorrhage in elderly patients.Methods 30 elderly patients(age 60 yr) with massive intracerebral hemorrhage(hemorrhage volume 60 ml) were treated with YL-1 type drill apparatus under CT graph control, and the outcome such as mortality, survival rate and nervous function scale 3 weeks after treatment were compared with those of control group.Results In minimally invasive surgery group,the mortality was 26.7%(8 cases), survival rate was 73.3% (22 cases),the nervous function scale 3 weeks after treatment was (16.52±4.76),while the mortality was 50.0% (15 cases) in control group, survival rate was 50.0% (15 cases) and nervous function scale was (22.47±5.83).There were significant differences between two groups (P0.01).The results showed that minimally invasive surgery group had a better outcome in nervous function recovery than that of control group.Conclusion Minimally invasive surgery is an effective therapy for elderly patients with massive intracerebral hemorrhage.
【CateGory Index】: R651.1
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