Cerebral infarction vs. intracranial hemorrhage--validity of clinical diagnosis.

@article{Ilic1997CerebralIV,
  title={Cerebral infarction vs. intracranial hemorrhage--validity of clinical diagnosis.},
  author={Tihomir Ilic and Aco Jovici{\'c} and Toplica Lepi{\'c} and Bratisłav Magdi{\'c} and Sanja Cirkovi{\'c}},
  journal={Vojnosanitetski pregled},
  year={1997},
  volume={54 4},
  pages={299-309}
}
In aim to improve the validity of clinical diagnosis of acute supratentorial ischemic cerebral infarction vs. intracranial hemorrhage, two different scoring systems were analyzed, each separately and combined, on one hundred eighty-eight patients sample. Results suggested higher sensitivity and positive predictive value for Guy's Hospital score, giving it higher importance in detection of hemorrhage, while combined application of both systems, in cases with identical findings, provided… CONTINUE READING