> Epidural (above dura, under skull) - arterial (middle meningeal artery), high trauma/acute pres, lens-shape on CT > Subdural (below dura, above arachnoid) - venous (venous plexus), low-force trauma/insidious (ex. worsening ha over days), crescent shape on CT > Subarachnoid (below arachnoid, above brain) - arterial (Circle of Willis), acute pres w thunderclap ha, goes into fissures & succi & sella on CT > Intraventricular (in the ventricles) > Intraparenchymal (in the meat of the brain)

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Increased ICP Symptoms (0 - 15) = Normal Ranges **Any patient that becomes acutely unconscious, regardless of the cause should be suspected of having ↑ ICP** Causes: · Mass lesion (tumor) · Cerebral edema: o Can lead to SIADH or DI o Do NOT lay flat (might have edema in brain) o Reaches peak in 2 – 4 days, then subsides unless there is underlying pathology (cancer, DM, etc.) o Treatment: § Mannitol § Hypertonic Saline § Surgery (depending on cause trauma v. brain tumor) · NOT done if…

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intracranial hemorrhage - Google Search

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Stages of cerebral hemorrhage. The appearance and evaluation of intracranial hemorrhage on MRI primarily depend on the age of the hematoma and on the imaging sequence or parameters (eg, T1 weighting, T2 weighting, T2* weighting). #MRI #hemorrhage #intracranial_hemorrhage

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Blood Journal | Intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) in children with immune thrombocytopenia (ITP): study of 40 cases

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