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Subarachnoid Hemorrhage due to head injury   Posted By Soyaf Yousuf    Date : 10-May-06   07:09 AM     Reply

My father aged 60 had an accident and he is having right paralysis. According to the doctors report he is having Rt. Hemiplegia. CT showed left sylvian subarachnoid hemorrhage. Small petechia contusion of left internal capsule area. Due to dialated ventricles (post traumatic hydrocephalus) he had to undergo ventriculo peritoneal shunt from Bahrain. Then we continued the treatment from kerala. And now he can walk a few steps with the help of stick with somebodys presence as no balance and his hand  he can hardly raise upto his neck level and can hold only light things with his fingers. Also having difficulty in speech sometimes and also not fluent (before he was very fast in speech). So please tell me is there any chance of his recovery to old level. If no what is the percentage of recovery and please guide me with the treatments to undergo for his recovery. Now its been one and a half years since accident. Your immediate reply will be highly appreciated. Thanking you


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Re : Subarachnoid Hemorrhage due to head injury - BHAVAN 06-Oct-06    01:01 AM




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