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Table 2 Clinical characteristics and types of intracranial hemorrhage

From: Intracranial hemorrhage in adult patients with hematological malignancies

  IPH (n = 56) Pvalue SDH (n = 22) Pvalue SAH (n = 15) Pvalue
Gender:   0.137   0.180   0.552
Male 40   12   9  
Female 16   10   6  
Age:   0.009   0.002   >0.999
≥60 years 20   16   7  
<60 years 36   6   8  
Underlying hypertension:   0.335   0.565   0.324
Yes 13   7   2  
No 43   15   13  
Sepsis:   0.168   0.306   0.384
Yes 29   8   9  
No 27   14   6  
Remission status:   >0.999   0.421   0.669
Yes 6   1   2  
No 50   21   13  
CNS involvement:   0.609   0.361   >0.999
Yes 4   3   1  
No 52   19   14  
Leukocyte count:   0.056   0.090   0.060
≥100,000 cells/μl 12   1   0  
<100,000 cells/μl 44   21   15  
Platelet count:   >0.999   0.603   0.376
≥20,000 cells/μl 36   9   7  
<20,000 cells/μl 20   13   8  
Prothrombin time:   0.495   0.127   0.069
INR ≥1.5 43   2   6  
INR <1.5 13   20   9  
  1. CNS = central nervous system; INR = international normalized ratio; IPH = intraparenchymal hemorrhage; SAH = subarachnoid hemorrhage; SDH = subdural hemorrhage.