DOI: 10.3724/SP.J.1008.2015.01333

Academic Journal of Second Military Medical University (第二军医大学学报) 2015/36:12 PP.1333-1338

Recent progress of minimally invasive surgery for hypertensive intracranial hemorrhage

Hypertensive intracranial hemorrhage (HICH) has high incidence and mortality, causing great economic and health burden. However, HICH is the only subgroup of stroke that has no clear treatment standard. Though traditional craniotomy still enjoys popularity in treating HICH, yet no clear clinical evidence support its benefit to neuronal function and prognosis. Recently minimally invasive surgery (MIS) begin to show great advantage to treat HICH. This review presented the current situation and recent progress of common MIS procedures for HICH, including stereotactic aspiration, neuro-endoscopic evacuation and fibrinolysis treatment.

Key words:hypertensive intracranial hemorrhage;minimally invasive surgical procedures;stereotaxic aspiration;neuro-endoscopy;tissue plasminogen activator;urinary plasminogen activator

ReleaseDate:2016-05-27 09:20:01

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