The prognosis in subarachnoid hemorrhage of unknown etiology.

@article{Eskesen1984ThePI,
  title={The prognosis in subarachnoid hemorrhage of unknown etiology.},
  author={Vagn N\orgaard Eskesen and E. B. S\orensen and J. Rosen\orn and Kirstin Schmidt},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={1984},
  volume={61 6},
  pages={1029-31}
}
The mortality rate, risk of rebleeding, relevant subjective and objective symptoms, and daily functional capacity after a verified subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) of unknown etiology were evaluated in 44 patients treated during a 5-year period (1978 to 1983). A vascular basis for the SAH had been excluded by bilateral carotid and vertebral angiography and computerized tomography. The patients were interviewed at a follow-up examination from 3 to 64 months (median 36 months) after the bleed. The… CONTINUE READING