Whether cerebellar hemorrhage needs to be operated or not should be decided according to the specific situation. Those with less hemorrhage, effective conservative treatment and less serious symptoms or those who do not reach the indication of surgery can not be operated for the time being. If the amount of bleeding is large and the symptoms are serious, surgery is usually required. If the cerebellar hematoma of hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage is larger than 10 ml or may cause herniation of the foramen magnum, surgery is required in time.
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