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 (ĭn′trə-sə-rē′brəl, -sĕr′ə-)
Occurring or situated within the cerebrum: an intracerebral hemorrhage.

in′tra·cer·e′bral·ly adv.


(ˌɪntrəˈsɛrɪbrəl; ˌɪntrəsəˈriːbrəl)
existing, occurring, or located within the cerebrum
ˌintraˈcerebrally adv
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Adj.1.intracerebral - within the brain
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We elucidated the association between systolic BP (SBP) variation and outcomes in patients with nonlobar intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) following intensive antihypertensive treatment upfront.
The shorter boys were also at a greater risk of an intracerebral hemorrhage.
The doctors revealed that Wong died of acute intracerebral hemorrhage where bleeding occurs in the skull due to bursting of blood vessels.
By studying rodents, researchers showed that instead of attacking germs, some neutrophils may help heal the brain after an intracerebral hemorrhage, a form of stroke caused by ruptured blood vessels.
To compare the results of the trials, the same isolate and the same experimental design were used as in a previous study where infection was successful by intravenous as well as intracerebral inoculation.
KEYWORDS: Hypertensive bleed, ICH, Intracerebral hemorrhage, Spontaneous bleed.
He said that high blood pressure is the single largest risk factor for stroke and hypertension is behind almost 50 percent of all strokes and also increases the risk of intracerebral haemorrhage, which often leads to particularly severe disabilities.
2] Depending on the underlying cause, intracerebral haemorrhage is categorised as either primary or secondary.
acute ischemic stroke patients, especially African Americans and Hispanics, generally have more intracerebral atherostenotic disease than do patients from European countries, while French patients tend to have more embolic disease.
Background: There is no consensus regarding optimal treatment of spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) till date.
In intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH), early blood pressure control is recommended immediately after symptom onset to prevent recurrent or ongoing bleeding (2).
The problem is that aspirin results in an increase of GI bleeding and intracerebral hemorrhage," says Steven Nissen, MD, Chairman of Cleveland Clinic's Department of Cardiovascular Medicine.