Intraventricular Hemorrhage

Intraventricular hemorrhage is bleeding inside and around the ventricular spaces in the brain. The hemorrhage is caused due to trauma, aneurysm, hypertension, etc. Headache, nausea, vomiting, loss of consciousness, seizures, etc., are the symptoms of intraventricular hemorrhage.

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My father was diagnosed with intraparenchymal hemorrhage. Is it safe for him to undergo an MRI scan?

Query: Hello doctor, My father was admitted to the hospital 20 days ago due to a stroke. After conducting a computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan, it was diagnosed that he had a right occipital intraparenchymal and intraventricular hemorrhage. When tubes were removed during the...  Read Full »

Dr. Abhaya Kant Tewari

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I reviewed your father's reports (attachments removed to protect the patients' identity). He had an intracranial hemorrhage in the occipital lobe with intraventricular extension. It is a serious condition, and the prognosis is poor. The parameter that decides recover...  Read Full »

Is choroid plexus cyst normal?

Query: Hello doctor, I have choroid plexus. Please help me.  Read Full »

Dr. Hitesh Kumar

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I suggest you, please mention details about your query. The choroid plexus is a normal structure found in the ventricles of the brain. It will be better if you can mention full details about your query.  Read Full »

Are choroid plexus cysts life-threatening?

Query: Hello doctor, The query is related to my wife, she is five months pregnant, and the note was indicated on her recent anatomy scan report. Our next appointment is too far away, and the wait is really killing us and making us worry and anxious every moment.  Read Full »

Dr. Hitesh Kumar

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I would like to know some clinical details about your wife: 1. What symptoms exactly is she having, and since when? 2. For which symptoms CT or MRI brain was recommended and done?  Read Full »

What are the other treatment options for my grandmother's brain hemorrhage?

Query: Hello doctor, My grandmother is 90 years old. She had a brain hemorrhage two days back. She is in ICU. She is unconscious from the last two days. There is toe movement and sometimes, there are some leg movements. She has high blood pressure. The doctors in my place are saying nothing can be done. W...  Read Full »

Dr. Hitesh Kumar

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Your grandmother seems to be having primary intraventricular hemorrhage with hydrocephalus. At the age of 90 years, definitely the prognosis is likely to be poor. But still, hope should be kept. In such condition, the next treatment option can be EVD- external ventricula...  Read Full »

Please examine and comment on my baby's ECG report.

Query: Hi doctor, My baby's heart rate is 110 beats per minute. During examination, the echocardiogram shows S1 normal, S2 split 3/6 and continuous murmur at left infraclavicular region. What does the information indicate?  Read Full »

Dr. Rishu

Answer: Hi, Welcome to I have seen the reports of echocardiogram (attachment removed to protect patient identity). The patient has a condition called patent ductus arteriosus. Usually ductus arteriosus closes at birth of a baby, but sometimes, it remains patent and does not close naturally....  Read Full »

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