Cerebral blood flow and clinical outcome in patients with thalamic hemorrhages: a comparison with putaminal hemorrhages.

It has been reported that the reduction of cerebral blood flow (CBF) is more pronounced with thalamic hemorrhages than with putaminal hemorrhages, and the clinical outcome is worse with the former. However, the mechanism underlying these differences is not clear. We compared neurologic status, hematoma volumes, outcome scores. and early (< 1 month) and late… CONTINUE READING