How High is the Possibility of Recovery After Hemorrhagic Stroke?

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How high is the possibility of recovery after hemorrhagic stroke?

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Up to half of all people with intracerebral hemorrhage die. More importantly, many of these deaths occurs within the first two days. For those who survive a brain hemorrhage, recovery is slow. The bleeding is not reversible. Reversely, it is very deadly. Only 12% of people are able to recover complete or near-complete functioning within 30 days of the stroke.

 

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