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Recurrent malignant vasospasm in treated cases of intracranial ruptured aneurysms

Author: TEELALA Sanjay

Explore the case of a 45-year-old female who presented with a sudden onset headache and vomiting. Upon examination, her GCS was E3V4M5, totaling 12/15, and she exhibited right-sided weakness of grade 2. Her condition was classified as H&H grade 4, and Fischer's grade 4. MRI of the brain unveiled a left medial temporal hematoma accompanied by a diffuse basal cistern thick SAH. Watch now to discover the challenges the medical team faced during the procedure!

Wednesday 25 October 2023
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