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The four grades of intraventricular hemorrhage explained

The explanation of 4 grades of intraventricular hemorrhage is discussed below

Grade 1 intraventricular hemorrhage
It arises from floor of lateral ventricle and it does not extend to CSF
It is mostly asymptomatic

Grade 2 intraventricular extends to CSF without ventricular distension and it is also mostly asymptomatic

Grade 3 intraventricular hemorrhage causes ventricular distension and it is very symptomatic such that it may cause apnea seizures

Grade 4 intraventricular hemorrhage has features of grade 3 intravascular hemorrhage + echogenicity in periventricular regions on ultrasound scan
Hydrocephalus may also arise

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