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*[[Intracranial hemorrhage (main)|Intracerebral]]
 
*[[Intracranial hemorrhage (main)|Intracerebral]]
 
**[[Hypertension]]
 
**[[Hypertension]]
**Amyloidosis
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**[[Amyloidosis | Cerebral amyloid angiopathy]] (usually found in elderly, tends to be lobar in nature)<ref>Itoh Y, Yamada M, Hayakawa M, Otomo E, Miyatake T. Cerebral amyloid angiopathy: a significant cause of cerebellar as well as lobar cerebral hemorrhage in the elderly. J Neurol Sci. 1993 Jun;116(2):135-41.</ref>
**Anticoagulation
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**[[Anticoagulation]]
**Vascular malformations
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**Vascular malformations (e.g. [[AVM]], [[moyamoya]]
 
**[[Cocaine]] use
 
**[[Cocaine]] use
 
*[[Subarachnoid hemorrhage]]
 
*[[Subarachnoid hemorrhage]]
 
**Berry aneurysm rupture
 
**Berry aneurysm rupture
 
**[[Arteriovenous malformation]]
 
**[[Arteriovenous malformation]]

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Hemorrhagic stroke causes (13% of all strokes)

  • Itoh Y, Yamada M, Hayakawa M, Otomo E, Miyatake T. Cerebral amyloid angiopathy: a significant cause of cerebellar as well as lobar cerebral hemorrhage in the elderly. J Neurol Sci. 1993 Jun;116(2):135-41.