Table 3

Clinical data of ICH in 8 patients with concomitant AMI and acute ICH

CaseAge (years) and genderTime from MI/ICH to ICH/MIMain clinical presentationsShape, site and volume of ICH on brain CTNIHSS or GCS (scale)Length of stay (days)mRS
1Female in her 70s<24 hoursTransient delirium, dysarthriaElliptical hematoma at left external capsule (1 mL)NIHSS 1
GCS 14
2Male in his 60s<24 hoursSudden deep comaIrregular hematoma at left occipital lobe (16 mL); SAHGCS 366
3Male in his 50s4 daysHeadache, superficial comaIrregular hematoma at right frontal lobe, temporoparietal lobe (35 mL); SAHGCS 6321
4Male in his 60s<24 hoursStupor state, dysarthriaElliptical hematoma at left parietal lobe (5 mL); SAHNIHSS 6
GCS 15
5Male in his 40s<24 hoursStupor state, headache, dizzinessIrregular hematoma at right basal ganglia, thalamus (10 mL); SAHNIHSS 8
GCS 14
6Female in her 60s<24 hoursHemiparesis, dysarthria, sudden seizureIrregular hematoma at left basal ganglia (7 mL)NIHSS 6
GCS 12
7Male in his 70s24–48 hoursHemiparesis, deep coma after AMIIrregular hematoma at right frontal lobe, parietal lobe and temporoparietal lobe (46 mL)GCS 3126
8Female in her 80s6 daysHeadache, dizziness, vomiting, stupor stateElliptical hematoma at right cerebellum (24 mL)NIHSS 10
GCS 12
  • Patients who were in coma were assessed only by GCS.

  • AMI, acute myocardial infarction; GCS, Glasgow Coma Scale; ICH, intracranial hemorrhage; MI, myocardial infarction; mRS, modified Rankin Scale; NIHSS, National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale; SAH, subarachnoid hemorrhage.