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Henry Ford Hospital Medical Journal

Abstract

Acute, massive cerebellar and pontine hemorrhages are discussed in the context of the routine availability of cranial computerized tomography. The diagnosis of these disorders is emphasized. An updated clinical review of the edologic, pathogenetic, and therapeutic aspects is also presented, with particular attention to the importance of hypertensive cerebrovascular disease as the most common underlying disorder.

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