Basal ganglia hemorrhage 

Basal ganglia hemorrhage is one of the neurologic emergency or sickness where most of the patients would be required immediately to go through neuroimaging to the differentiated it from other symptoms that are the acute ischemic stroke. The basal ganglia hemorrhage is usually caused by hypertension where the risk of hemorrhage expansion and neurologic deterioration where the prognosis is based on multiple factors such as volume and location of hemorrhage, age, level of consciousness, presents of intraventricular hemorrhage and warfarin use. There is not much treatment for such attack or symptoms as the only method for now is the aggressive supportive care where the new method or clinical method is on trial and on a new treatment process before it is tested on patients themselves.

The most common location for a basal ganglia hemorrhage is the putamen. Deep putaminal hemorrhage in the dominant hemisphere, if large, can produce an aphasia, contralateral hemiparesis and hemisensory loss, contralateral visual field abnormalities, and gaze deviation (toward the side of the bleed). It affects motor skills and training even the coordination of the body where it affects the brain badly due to the brain monitors and control the brain and function of the brain itself towards the whole body. That is why symptoms such as headache, nausea, vomiting and even nuchal rigidity would lead even to severe deafness pain in lower abdomen and even amnesia and acalculia if it is not treated properly and fast at the same time if it is late being diagnosed. Hemorrhage to the brain is dangerous as it too contributes to other sources where it affects the neuron glands and neurologic deficits of the body where bleeding in certain parts of the body would lead to a slow shutdown of the body system and the rest of the function of the body that concludes to death slowly as bleeding is unstoppable and could not be handled properly.

Recurrence of hypertensive hemorrhages was thought to be rare as it takes a lot of medical experts and medication even monitoring of the blood and the brain at that time as there is a lot of attention and monitoring to be done to ensure such bleeding or hemorrhage would not happen again and if it does, it could be detected and be stop to ensure that the bleeding does not lead to the loss of blood and even to death if it is not treated properly.