Imaging intracranial hemorrhage – Recap
In summary, you should be familiar with the appearance of intracranial hemorrhage on CT and MR. You should also know some of the causes. Hypertensive hemorrhage is the most common, and when the presentation is typical, it is the most likely diagnosis.
Patients who are younger, have unusual distributions or presentations, or other concerns should go on to have CT angiogram (CTA) and possibly MR as appropriate.
The level of this lecture is appropriate for medical students, junior residents, and trainees in other specialties who have an interest in neuroradiology or may see patients with intracranial hemorrhage or stroke.
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