Cerebral Hemorrhage


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What is Cerebral Hemorrhage?

The average affected individuals range from middle-aged to old. The onset is explosive with headache and vomiting. Loss of consciousness occurs and there is rapid deterioration. Hypertension is always present. Blood vessel rupture is present.

The area of the brain involved is more than the artery involved. One-half of the brain may be shifted while convulsions are absent. Neck stiffness is present. Recovery is poor.

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