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Department of Neurosurgery

Intracerebral hemorrhage

The intracerebral hemorrhage, a bleeding within the brain, occurs suddenly and is the most serious form of a stroke.

Sometimes, a treatment by evacuation with surgery or catheter puncture with thrombolysis can be successful in stabilising the patient or to prevent further bleeding or a rehemorrhage.

We prefer – if necessary and if possible – the “bedside” direct catheter puncture and following thrombolysis. It is a minimal invasive, rapid and effective method of treatment.

The patient’s recovery, however, is decisively dependent on his clinical neurological condition before begin of treatment.

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Dr. Christian Scheiwe

Dr. Christian Scheiwe
Senior neurosurgeon

Consultation hours for
vascular deseases

Dr. Mukesch Shah

Dr. Mukesch Shah
Senior neurosurgeon