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Intrakranielle Blutungen (Subarachnoidalblutung)

  • J. Rudolf

Zusammenfassung

Die Subarachnoidalblutung (SAB) ist eine intrakranielle Blutung in den Subarachnoidalraum. Sie ist ein Syndrom mit vielen Ursachen, keine Krankheitsentität. Allerdings ist das klinische Syndrom der SAB so charakteristisch, dass — im Gegensatz zur Differenzierung zwischen intrazerebraler Blutung und zerebraler Ischämie — diese Form zerebrovaskulärer Erkrankungen mit einer gewissen Sicherheit bereits klinisch diagnostiziert werden kann. Weitergehende apparative Untersuchungen, namentlich bildgebende Verfahren sind dann sowohl zur Sicherung der Diagnose als auch zum Nachweis der Ursache der SAB notwendig.

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