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Removing more blood via minimally invasive surgery more likely to improve hemorrhagic stroke recover

19:00 EST 6 Feb 2019 | AAAS

(American Heart Association) The greater the volume of blood removed from the brain via minimally invasive surgery after a hemorrhagic stroke the greater the odds of better functional recovery.

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