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Intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) is nontraumatic spontaneous bleeding into the brain parenchyma. Annually, approximately 75,000 people in the United States suffer an ICH, which accounts for 10–30% of all stroke cases across different ethnic groups [1–3]. ICH is the most fatal and least treatable form of stroke with one month mortality exceeding 40% . In addition, survivors suffer severe disability [5,6]. Patients with ICH require ICU management and patients cared for in specialized neurologic intensive care units are less likely to die as a result of their ICH [7,8]. Although, compared to ischemic stroke and subarachnoid hemorrhage, the pace of advances in management of ICH has been slow, ongoing trials in minimally invasive surgery and optimal medical management are underway [9,10].
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