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May 1, 1984

Primary intracerebral hemorrhage
Impact of CT on incidence

May 1984 issue
34 (5) 653

Abstract

From 1975–1979, the incidence of primary intracerebral hemorrhage (PIH) increased in Rochester, MN, when compared with a previously decreasing incidence. Judging from patients with PIH who were alert at diagnosis, we estimated that 24% of the hemorrhages in earlier years had been mislabeled as infarction. The 30-day survival rate increased from 8% in 1945–1974 to 44% in 1975–1979. The incidence rate was about 45% higher in patients receiving anticoagulant treatment than in those who did not. The increased incidence rate and improved survivorship were attributed to more frequent identification of small PIH by CT.

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Neurology®
Volume 34Number 5May 1984
Pages: 653
PubMed: 6538656

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Published online: May 1, 1984
Published in print: May 1984

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Ivo Drury, MB, MRCP
From the Departments of Neurology (Drs. Drury and Whisnant), and Medical Statistics and Epidemiolog (Dr. Garraway), Mayo Clinic and Mayu Foundation. Rochester. MN.
Jack P. Whisnant, MD
From the Departments of Neurology (Drs. Drury and Whisnant), and Medical Statistics and Epidemiolog (Dr. Garraway), Mayo Clinic and Mayu Foundation. Rochester. MN.
W. Michael Garraway, MD
From the Departments of Neurology (Drs. Drury and Whisnant), and Medical Statistics and Epidemiolog (Dr. Garraway), Mayo Clinic and Mayu Foundation. Rochester. MN.

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