The Frequency of Hemorrhagic and Ischemic Patients of Cerebrovascular Accident (Stroke), Diagnosed on CT-Scan


  • MUHAMMAD NAUMAN SALEEM Afro-Asian Institute



CT, Haemorrhagic stroke, Ischemic Stroke, Stroke, Cerebrovascular accident, arterial embolism


AIM: To evaluate the frequency of ischemic and haemorrhagic stroke on computed tomography and evaluate clinical manifestation related with HS and IS.

Methodology: A retrospective Study was Perform in which 77 patients were taken to get required results. All the patient’s data had been collected from the indoor, outdoor, and emergency department of DHQ Hospital of Okara. After informed consent, data was collected through the Toshiba Aquilion 16 multi detector CT scanner.

Results:  Total of 77 patients diagnose with stroke are included, 40 patients was male, about 37 patients were female. Most of the patients were of age 50 to 70. My study results concluded that 25 patients were having ischemic stroke in which  female patients were10, and 15 patients were male. Furthermore, 17 patients was diagnosed with haemorrhagic stroke, in which 8 patients were female, and 9 male. I excluded 35(45.45%) patients who were classified as stroke from other causes. In stroke, the rate of Ischemic stroke is significantly higher than haemorrhagic stroke (p=0.039).

Conclusion: In current study numerous clinical indications of different types of cerebrovascular accident are assessed in order to distinguished haemorrhagic and ischemic stroke. This comparative study was to be in the favor of IS as compared to HS(IS>HS). Though these result provides trustworthy signs for differentiation of stroke types. For the diagnose of stroke imaging modality is still the gold standard




How to Cite

SAJJAD, S., & SALEEM, M. N. (2024). The Frequency of Hemorrhagic and Ischemic Patients of Cerebrovascular Accident (Stroke), Diagnosed on CT-Scan. Journal of Biological and Allied Health Sciences, 4, 10–13.