Pathophysiology of left basal ganglia hemorrhage

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PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF LEFT BASAL GANGLIA HEMORRHAGE

By: Abigail B. Abalos

Published in: Health & Medicine, Business

Pathophysiology of left basal ganglia hemorrhage

  1. 1. PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF LEFT BASAL GANGLIA HEMORRHAGE (INTRACEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE)Precipitating Factors: Predisposing Factors: Hypertension Sedentary lifestyle Hypercholesterolemia Age High Blood Glucose Level Diet High T CHON Sex Heredity Self-medication VASOCONSTRICTION Blood Clot formation Blockage of the blood vessel Pressure and brain compression Lack of oxygen and nutrient supply Altered Cerebral Perfusion Signs and Symptoms: Changes in movement (Ataxia) Decreased Cerebral Perfusion Muscle Weakness (difficulty in swallowing, smiling and talking) Decreased cognitive function Intracerebral hemorrhage (Bleeding) Headache, nausea and vomiting Personality changes: Change in judgment, confused, difficulty in understanding what is Blood irritates the nerves and tissues happening around. Inappropriate emotional Responses Pain and Vomiting; parts of the brain will shut down; decreased LOC

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