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Table 1 Characteristics of patients with spontaneous cerebellar hemorrhage

From: Predictive factors of neurologic deterioration in patients with spontaneous cerebellar hemorrhage: a retrospective analysis

Parameter Spontaneous cerebellar hemorrhage
(N = 155)
%
Age (y), Median (range) 66 (18–87)  
Male 84 54.2
Initial heart rate, Median (IQR) 85 (72, 98)  
Initial systolic blood pressure (mmHg), Median (IQR) 166 (142, 195)  
Initial diastolic blood pressure (mmHg), Median (IQR) 90 (76, 101)  
Body temperature, Median (IQR) 36.5 (36, 36.9)  
Body mass index, Median (IQR) 23.7 (20.7, 25.8)  
GCS at admission
 4–8 34 21.9
 9–12 18 11.6
 13–15 103 66.5
Pupil had light reflex 130 83.9
Underlying diseases  
 Hypertension 122 78.7
 Diabetes mellitus 44 28.4
 Liver cirrhosis 9 5.8
 Atrial fibrillation 10 6.5
 Coronary artery disease 5 3.2
 Valvular heart disease 11 7.1
 Old cerebral vascular accidents 30 19.4
 End stage renal disease 10 6.5
 Alcoholism 16 10.3
 Smoking 19 12.3
Anti-coagulation medications
 Aspirin 8 5.2
 Warfarin 2 1.3
Laboratory data at presentation,
Median (IQR)
 
 WBC (X103/mL) 9.9 (7.2, 13.2)  
 Platelet counts (X103/mL) 193 (143, 230)  
 Prothrombin time (seconds) 10.4 (10, 11.1)  
 International normalized ratio (INR) 1.0 (0.94, 1.08)  
 Creatinine, mg/dL 0.98 (0.77, 1.27)  
 Aspartate transaminase (AST), (IU/L) 30 (24, 43)  
 Alanine transaminase (ALT), (IU/L) 23 (17, 35)  
 Blood sugar, mmol/L 151 (129, 202)  
Signs and symptoms at onset  
 Headache 60 38.7
 Nausea, vomiting 90 58.1
 Unsteady gait 20 12.9
 Loss of consciousness 41 26.5
 Limbs weakness 5 3.2
Symptoms duration (days) 1.5 (1.0, 4.0)  
  1. GCS Glasgow coma score, IQR interquartile range