Primary pontine hemorrhage with complete recovery.

@article{Lavi1981PrimaryPH,
  title={Primary pontine hemorrhage with complete recovery.},
  author={Ehud Lavi and Stanley Rothman and Avinoam Reches},
  journal={Archives of neurology},
  year={1981},
  volume={38 5},
  pages={
          320
        }
}
We report here an uncommon case of primary pontine hemorrhage with complete clinical recovery and with resolution of the hematoma as visualized by computerized tomography (CT). REPORT OF A CASE A 38-year-old woman with no history of previous illness was hospitalized because of acute onset of vomiting, severe frontal headache, slurred speech, weakness in the extremities, and paresthesias in both hands. Examination revealed blood pressure of 180/115 mm Hg, a somnolent and dysarthric patient with… CONTINUE READING

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