anticoagulant_related_intracerebral_hemorrhage

Anticoagulant Related Intracerebral Hemorrhage

see also Intracranial hemorrhage and anticoagulation.

Affects up to 1% of patients on oral anticoagulation per year, and is the most feared and devastating complication of this treatment.

Patients with hemorrhage in a lobe or cerebral amyloid angiopathy remain at higher risk for anticoagulant-related intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) recurrence than thromboembolic events and, therefore would be best managed without anticoagulants.

Anticoagulant Related Intracerebral Hemorrhage Diagnosis.

see Anticoagulant Related Intracerebral Hemorrhage Management.

Anticoagulant Related Intracerebral Hemorrhage Outcome

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