Early surgery versus initial conservative treatment in patients with spontaneous supratentorial lobar intracerebral haematomas (STICH II): A randomised trial

A. David Mendelow, Barbara A. Gregson, Elise N. Rowan, Gordon D. Murray, Anil Gholkar, Patrick M. Mitchell, A. D. Mendelow, B. A. Gregson, E. N. Rowan, G. D. Murray, A. Gholkar, P. Mitchell, P. Sandercock, G. Ford, D. Barer, A. Strong, P. M. Mitchell, A. R. Gholkar, G. D. Murray, A. D. MendelowB. A. Gregson, D. Hanley, D. T. Hope, A. Skene, H. M. Fernandes, S. Metcalfe, A. Iqbal, A. Gholkar, K. S M Prasad, A. D. Mendelow, B. A. Gregson, E. N. Rowan, G. M. Kenyon, L. Chilton, Z. Liao, A. Andras, R. Francis, L. Bailey, Ruben Fanarjyan, Andrew Kaye, Abd Elhafiz Shehab-Eldien, Andrew King, Hansdetlef Wassmann, George Stranjalis, Bhawani S. Sharma, Leon Levi, Egils Valeinis, Alex Krivoshapkin, Sam Eljamel, B. H. Eidelman, STICH II Investigators

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