Intracranial hemorrhage in a HIV patient.


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Athanasios N. Chalazonitis, Efrosyni Nomikou, Nicolas Condilis, Nicolas Ptochis, Eva Sotiropoulou, Ioanna Tzovara, George D. Theodossiades

Ann. Ital. Chir., 2007; 78: 237-241

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The authors report on a case of a hemophilic male patient, aged 43, HIV positive, HCV positive, who had an episode
of intracerebral hemorrhage after a car accident. Intracranial hemorrhage is the most feared complication of hemophilia,
especially among HIV positive, who now are considered to be a group at high risk for bleeding. In this report, it
is reviewed available data on clinical and imaging features of ICH and the association between ICH and HIV.