The dynamic of secondary hemorrhagic progression of contusion in traumatic brain injury

M. B. Vyval, M. E. Polishchuk, Y. M. Perekopaiko

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Vyval M. B., Polishchuk M. E., Perekopaiko Y. M. The dynamic of secondary hemorrhagic progression of contusion in traumatic brain injury. Journal of Education, Health and Sport. 2017;7(1): 369-376. eISSN 2391-8306. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.292929

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Received: 02.01.2017. Revised 16.01.2017. Accepted: 24.01.2017.

 

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The dynamic of secondary hemorrhagic progression of contusion in traumatic brain injury

 

M. B. Vyval, M. E. Polishchuk, Y. M. Perekopaiko

 

Department of Neurosurgery, National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education named after P.L. Shupik, Ministry of Health of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine

Traumatology Department, Ternopil City Municipal Hospital of Emergency medicine , Ternopil, Ukraine

 

Abstract

Introduction. Secondary posttraumatic changes in the brain often determine the clinical flow during traumatic brain injury (TBI). Prevention and early detection of secondary hemorrhagic progression (SHP) is very important  for determination of the treatment strategy in patients with brain contusion.

We studied the dynamic of brain contusion and its impact on the clinical course of brain injury. We found that the secondary hemorrhagic progression of contusion occurs in 43% and can be detected at the place of primary brain damage, and far away from it, and often can be seen in patients with a subdural hematoma. The larger contusion has the greater probability of progression and needs for surgical decompression. Progression is associated with the significant risk of clinical deterioration and mortality.

Conclusions. Treatment tactics depends on severity of volumetric effect on the surrounding brain structures and manifestations of herniation syndrome.

Key words: traumatic brain injury, brain contusion, secondary hemorrhagic progression of contusion.


Keywords


traumatic brain injury, brain contusion, secondary hemorrhagic progression of contusion

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