Journal Officiel de la Société de Radiologie d’ Afrique Noire Francophone / Official Journal of the Radiological Society of Francophone Africa

ACCIDENT VASCULAIRE CEREBRAL HEMORRAGIQUE DU NOIR AFRICAIN :CARACTERISTIQUES SCANOGRAPHIQUES DES HEMATOMES INTRACEREBRAUX A KINSHASA.

M Lelo Tshikwela, B Longo-Mbenza

Résumé


But : Analyser les images tomodensitométriques (TDM) de l’hématome intracérébral (HIC) spontané chez le Noir Africain.

Patients et Méthode : 185 patients noirs africains de Kinshasa atteints d’accident vasculaire cérébral (AVC) ont été inclus dans notre étude

Résultats :L’hématome intracérébral de l’africain  était supratentorial dans 96% des cas, et  volontiers dans l’hémisphère gauche du cerveau(72%). Il était de localisation profonde (90%) et souventsitué dans le putamen (57%). La taille moyenne de l’hématome  était de 37 millilitres. L’inondation ventriculaire était rtrouvée dans un tiers des cas. La ligne médiane était déviée en moyenne de 7mm et la mortalité s’élèvait à 35% dans les 30 jours suivant l’ictus. Il était d’origine hypertensive dans 91,5 % des cas.

Conclusion :Les caractéristiques de l’HIC du sujet noir africain diffèrent peu de ceux des autres parties du monde quant à l’origine, la localisation, l’inondation ventriculaire et la mortalité.

Mots-clés


AVC- HIC- TDM- Afrique

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