The Impact of Pregnancy on Hemorrhagic Stroke in Young Women

Conclusions: Women with pregnancy-associated HS had fewer cerebrovascular risk factors, lower odds of having ­underlying vascular lesions, and higher proportion of ­migraine and RCVS compared with similar-aged non-­pregnant women. Pregnancy-associated HS appears to represent a unique pathophysiological process, requiring targeted study.Cerebrovasc Dis 2018;46:10 –15
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