By H.-P. Jensen (auth.), Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Jensen, Prof. Dr. Mario Brock, Priv.-Doz. Dr. Margareta Klinger (eds.)
This quantity of ADVANCES IN NEUROSURGERY offers the unique texts of 60 papers added on the thirty third annual assembly of the German Neuro surgical Society held in Kiel from could sixteenth to twentieth, 1982. those papers signify a range from a few 162 papers submitted and ninety six truly given. the choice used to be made through the society's programme committee, of which Professor W. J. BOCK, Professor H. DIETZ and Professor W. GROTE also are participants. i want to take this chance to precise my honest because of them for his or her untiring cooperation. The clinical programme handled 3 major topics: 1. Acute, non-traumatic intracranial hemorrhages, a topic that has continuously been of significance for neurological surgeons because the ana tomist Giovanni Battista MORGAGNI in 1791 first defined intimately the medical photo and the pathological and anatomical motives of a mind hemorrhage he had saw in his servant. certainly, at our thirty first annual assembly in Erlangen in 1980 "Timing difficulties in Sub arachnoid Hemorrhages" used to be one of many major subject matters of debate. For this year's assembly a cooperative research within which 27 collage and health facility departments of neurosurgery participated enabled us to appear into the factors and the diagnostic and healing measures desirous about quite a few circumstances of intracranial hemorrhage.
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Cranial computed angiotomography. Radiology 143: 103-107 (1982) 12. : Computed Tomography of hemorrhage from anterior communicating artery aneurysms, with angiographic correlation. Radiology 134: 399-407 (1980) 13. : Die diagnostische Bedeutung der CT bei subarachnoidaler Blutung aus Hirnarterienaneurysmen. Neurochirurgia 24: 47-50 (1981 ) 40 Fig. 1. ~ Dynamic multi-plane CT image after high-lighting and multilevel image summation. e right carot id artery (arrow); b The sam e p atient as in a.
Time between hemorrhage and admission of patients with aneurysms, angiomas or miscellaneous cases 20 o "I. ~ il I anllcoagulant Ogf'fJ'S Fig. 3. Case histories in 2038 cases of acute, non-traumatic intracranial hemorrhaqes 'I. ' . 12' (13. 't~c/oblt' · 56 (37 'I. 'nhoncemenl 17 Fig. 4. Results of CT findings 21 NO Sl/~ An/Prior comm. :. :. :. 61 51 31 C':':':':'~':':':':':I 18 1037 W tl S72 • • Fig. 5. Location and sex distribution in 1037 ruptu r e d single aneurysms 22 Acute, Non-Traumatic Intracranial Hemorrhage Treatment and Prognosis E.
Women, with 55%, had more aneurysms; men, with 59%, suffered more angiomas. In addition, men were more often represented in the group of hemorrhages from other causes where the percentage was 54. The interval of time between the hemorrhage and admission to the hospital is obviously related to the degree of severity of the clinical picture. Patients in a serious condition generally go to a neurosurgical department right away - something that is especially true for vascular causes and hypertensive hemorrhages.