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Fig. 5 | Critical Care

Fig. 5

From: Surgery for spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage

Fig. 5

Surgical trajectories of catheter insertion in minimally invasive surgery. This figure was adapted from previously published images by Fam et al. [49]. a Basal ganglia hemorrhage (caudate, putamen, or anterior capsule). The catheter is inserted through the forehead. Catheter trajectory: along the clot longitudinal axis. b Thalamic or posterior capsular hemorrhage. The catheter is inserted through the parietal-occipital area. Catheter trajectory: along the clot longitudinal axis. c Lobar hemorrhage. The catheter is inserted through the superficial area contiguous to the clot. Catheter trajectory: along the clot widest axis

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