NON TRAUMATIC INTRACRANIAL HAEMORRHAGE PRESENTING WITH SEIZURES.

Ayush Dubey

Abstract


Stroke has a signicant proportion comprising of intra cranial haemorrhage. Generally such patients
present with focal weakness or altered sensorium. Seizures can also be a presenting feature in few of the
cases. We present our study done to look for such haemorrhagic stroke patients who present with seizures at onset.


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