The Percentage Of Successful Surgery Of A Broken Blood Vessel In The Head?
In the afternoon, my brother had an accident, the doctor said, a blood vessel in his head was broken and he had to have surgery. What I want to know is the percentage of success of the operation ?? Then what risks do you get after the operation? R nSo I am a 26th man with normal blood pressure.
Hello Ayoenk, Thank you for the question.
Each major blood vessel in the brain supplies blood to a specific part of the brain. Each part of the brain controls bodily functions. If there is a disruption in blood flow to a part of the brain, for example due to a broken blood vessel or a blockage of blood vessels, the function of that area of the brain to control the functions of the body will be disrupted. The doctor best suited to answer your question is the neurosurgeon who will treat your sister. The success of the surgery depends on the severity of your brother's condition. Surgery is usually aimed at making a hole to drain blood from the head so that it does not put pressure on the brain which can further interfere with brain function. If this ruptured blood vessel has been occurring for some time, the nerves in the part of the brain that flow through these blood vessels will definitely experience interference. If the function of the nerves in the brain has been disturbed, it can cause damage / interference which may be permanent. The usual risks of surgery are further bleeding and infection. The risk of a more complete operation depends on the type of procedure the surgeon will perform.
Please discuss this with the neurosurgeon who treats your brother because the doctor knows best about your brother's condition and the doctor will plan the action to be carried out. Don't hesitate to ask the doctor if you still don't understand your sister's condition.
Hope this information helps.