Problem description: There is cerebral hemorrhage in the left basal ganglia, about 6 cm. The surgical treatment was timely. No cause was found, blood pressure was low, and there was no vascular malformation. Craniotomy was performed, 25 days after surgery. After being discharged from the hospital, there was no abnormality in the cta and radiography results. Three months later, I have to go to the hospital to have my skull repaired. How long is the best recovery period for right hand hemiplegia? Will there be a second bleeding in the future, and will it affect life? Will the craniotomy affect future life? What special attention should be paid. Have you ever been to the hospital for treatment: Have been, Shijiazhuang First Hospital, Neurosurgery
Question date: 2021-05-08
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Question analysis: Hello, the patient will cause functional area disorder after cerebral hemorrhage. Does the patient have speech, swallowing and other dysfunctions besides right hemiplegia? The patient’s skull flap is now removed, and under normal circumstances it will not cause the midline to shift to life-threatening. The best recovery period for stroke is from March to June, but if you persist, it is possible to recover after 2 or 3 years.
Guidelines:Hello, the patient may have secondary epilepsy after craniocerebral surgery. Whether to use antiepileptic drugs is controversial. It is necessary to maintain emotional stability and smooth bowel movements on weekdays, and strengthen standardized rehabilitation training.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection