Clinical-neurosonographic parallels of intracranial hemorrhagies in early childhood

Sh. Sh. Shamansurov, Sh. H. Saidazizova, S. O. Nazarova
2019 Medical Visualization  
Objective. Conduct a comparative analysis of clinical and neurosonographic indicators of intracranial hemorrhage in infants.Materials and methods. In the clinical part of the study, 68 patients took part in the acute / acute periods of intracranial hemorrhage, which we took for the study on the basis of the Tashkent City Children's Clinical Hospital No1. Gender ratios of which were 69.1% boys (47 children) and 30.9% girls (21 children), from birth to 2 months of life (average age at the time of
more » ... hemorrhage is 36.28 ± 9.85 days). Diagnostic examination included neurosonography (NSG) of all children in the first 24 hours of the implementation of intracranial hemorrhages on admission to the clinic.Results. According to our study of 68 children with intracranial hemorrhage, it turned out that the average age of morbidity was 36.28 ± 9.85 days (p < 0.001) Neurosonographic indicators stated the presence of parenchymal hemorrhage (right and left hemisphere), SAH (subarachnoid hemorrhage), hemorrhage into the trunk, IVH (intraventricular hemorrhage) II, IVH III. According to neurosonography, parenchymal hemorrhage (right-16 or left hemisphere-21) was observed in 37 patients, SAH and IVH-II 21 (30.9%) patients, IVH III – in 17 (25%) patients, hemorrhage in 3 (4.4%) brain stem of patientsConclusion. Analysis of the implementation of hemorrhage showed that not always small gestational age is the risk of hemorrhage. Cases of less severe changes (27%) on NSG with a coarser clinical picture and vice versa (15%), necessitate (taking into account the severity of the neurological state), a more detailed examination, including visualization (CT, MRI).
doi:10.24835/1607-0763-2018-6-116-122 fatcat:okj4d3lvkbanrm75o2u26h6b7i