Author(s): Kohshi K, Abe H, Tsuru E
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Abstract We describe two patients (76- and 54-year-old females) with multiple hypertensive intracerebral hematomas occurring simultaneously. One patient had a right thalamic hematoma extending into the internal capsule and basal ganglia together with an other one in the left putamen. The other patient had two hematomas located ipsilaterally in the left putamen and thalamus. Their neurological examinations showed only unilateral deficits. Their magnetic resonance angiograms revealed no vascular malformations. Neuroradiological procedures are essential for the diagnosis of these multiple brain events.
This article was published in J Neurol Sci
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