Methamphetamine: An emerging cause of intracerebral hemorrhage in young people

In this issue of Neurology®, Swor et al.1 report on the important issue of intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) occurring in the context of methamphetamine use. Examining clinical measures and outcomes retrospectively among all patients who presented over a 3-year period, they found that patients with methamphetamine-associated ICH were younger and more likely to require longer hospital and intensive care unit admissions than patients with ICH in the absence of methamphetamine.

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