This report concerns a clinico-pathological study of 60 patients afflicted with primary pontine hemorrhage. The illness was fatal in 43, 17 patients survived. Ophthalmic signs, autonomic disturbances and transient visual hallucination were observed and discussed. A ruptured microaneurysm within the border of a pontine hematoma was detected in this study, and in the first report of such a finding.
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