Minimally invasive stereotactic puncture and thrombolysis therapy improves long-term outcome after acute intracerebral hemorrhage

@inproceedings{Zhou2011MinimallyIS,
  title={Minimally invasive stereotactic puncture and thrombolysis therapy improves long-term outcome after acute intracerebral hemorrhage},
  author={Houguang Zhou and Yu Zhang and Ling Liu and Yanyan Huang and Yuping Tang and Jingjing Su and Wei Hua and Xu Han and Jianzhong Xue and Qiang Dong},
  booktitle={Journal of Neurology},
  year={2011}
}
The purpose of this study was to judge the clinical value of minimally invasive stereotactic puncture and thrombolysis therapy (MISPTT) for acute intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH). A randomized control clinical trial was undertaken. According to the enrollment criteria, 122 acute ICH cases were analyzed, of which 64 cases received MISPTT (MISPTT group, MG) and 58 cases received conventional craniotomy (CC group, CG). The Glasgow coma scale (GCS) scores, postoperative complications (PC), and… CONTINUE READING