subarachnoid hemorrhage

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subarachnoid hemorrhage

[¦səb·ə′rak‚nȯid ′hem·rij]
(medicine)
Bleeding between the pia mater and the arachnoid of the brain.
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There are 13 studies in the past 15 years that discuss a positive finding on repeat DSA exams in SAH patients with negative initial DSA findings.
Our goal from this Methylation Profile is to decrease SAH and decrease Homocysteine.
Tanzeem Haider Raza said that one should consider SAH in headache which is abrupt and maximum at the onset, first or worst headache of the patient's life.
Identification of the origin of bleeding is important in patients with SAH and multiple cerebrovascular lesions.
The animals were randomly divided into the following groups (Number = 9 rats): (1) sham operated (no SAH); (2) SAH only; (3) SAH plus vehicle; (4) SAH plus purpurogallin (100 ug/kg/day); (5) SAH plus treatment with purpurogallin (200 ug/kg/day); and (6) treatment with 400 ug/kg purpurogallin in SAH rats.
The rats were randomly divided into the following five groups (nine animals/group): (1) sham operated (no SAH); (2) SAH only; (3) SAH plus vehicle; (4) SAH plus glycyrrhizin (5 mg/kg/day); and (5) SAH plus precondition glycyrrhizin (5 mg/kg/day).
One of the most frustrating parts of the SAH process is finding a reliable contractor.
According to Sah, his father requested the power officials to make a correction in the inflated power bill, but they didn't show any interest and instead began exerting pressure on him to pay the bill soon failing which his power supply would be disconnected.
Subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) is referred to as hemorrhage in the subarachnoid space of the brain, usually due to arterial and rarely due to venous causes.
On the other hand, a solar air heater (SAH) reports low efficiencies due to the low convective heat transfer coefficient on the smooth absorber's surface [4-6], the air-limiting energy extraction [7] and flow rates [8, 9].
Subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) is known as an acute catastrophic neurological disease with a high rate of perioperative mortality and permanent morbidity worldwide.