WHAT IS CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE, DIAGNOSIS AND HOW TO TREAT - BLOOD DISORDERS

Cerebral haemorrhage: symptoms, causes and possible sequelae



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Cerebral hemorrhage is a type of stroke, also called stroke, in which bleeding occurs around or inside the brain because of the rupture of a blood vessel, usually an artery of the brain. Learn more about hemorrhagic stroke. It is a serious event, usually caused by a blow to the head, which can lead to a state of profound unconsciousness, as well as nausea, vomiting, decreased heart rate and loss of balance