Cerebral haemorrhage in a urban Chinese population.

Abstract

A prospective study of Chinese patients aged 20-70 years reveals that at least 30.5% of all strokes are due to cerebral haemorrhage. Compared to previous studies in Caucasians, there is both a proportional and absolute increase in cerebral haemorrhage amongst all strokes, alert strokes, or those who presented with just a lacunar syndrome. The cause for this… (More)

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