Brain Hemorrhage
A hyperacute parenchymal hematoma in the pons extending mildly into bilateral brachium points with mild sarrounding edema and mil compression of the 4th ventricle
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Dr. Venkat Raghav
General Physician 4 yrs exp Bangalore
Hello....... Could be due to infarction or high blood pressure there is acute hemmorage and it's compressing sorrounding structures.. Recovery depends on extent of hemorrhage, extent of damage.. At this age complete recovery is unlikely. But consult neurosurgeon since vital areas of brain are involved he need to be monitored.
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