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Cerebral hemorrhage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1132 words)
A cerebral hemorrhage or hemorrhagic stroke is a form of stroke that occurs when a blood vessel in the brain ruptures or bleeds.
Intracerebral hemorrhages may be caused by burst aneurysms or arteriovenous malformations, but are most often caused by hypertension, which can cause the delicate blood vessels in the brain to burst (Cicala 1999).
Hemorrhagic transformation is the phenomenon in which blood vessels weakened by ischemic stroke rupture to cause hemorrhage in addition (Stroke Center, 2005; Jauch, 2003).
AllRefer Health - Intracerebral Hemorrhage (Hemorrhage - Intracerebral, Hypertensive Hemorrhage, Intracranial ... (564 words)
Intracerebral hemorrhage involves bleeding in the brain caused by the rupture of an intracranial (within the head) blood vessel.
The bleeding may be isolated to part of one cerebral hemisphere (lobar intracerebral hemorrhage) or it may occur in other brain structures, such as the thalamus, basal ganglia, pons, or cerebellum (deep intracerebral hemorrhage).
Intracerebral hemorrhage can be caused by trauma (brain injury) or abnormalities of the blood vessels (aneurysm or angioma).
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