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Showing posts with the label PHYSIOLOGY of INTRA CEREBRAL HEMATOMA


PROCESS MAY (Pathophysiology) INTRA Cerebral hematoma
Intracerebral hemorrhage is usually caused by head trauma. Bleeding is due to arterial or venous bleeding in the brain, bleeding walk slowly - the land so that symptoms that occur too slowly, intracerebral hemorrhage is more common in the area before the cases were diagnosed and evaluated early so prognosanya recovery will occur which is usually good.
With intracerebral hemorrhage have an accompanying picture is a history of head trauma, signs and symptoms appear in people depending on size and location of bleeding in the brain. Sign of increased intra kronial pressure showed a large bleeding and suppress vital structures of the brain. Bleeding that occurred in temporal areas can be dangerous because of potential side effects of lateral herniation.
Intra-cerebral hemorrhage caused by hemorrhagic stroke occurs when a blood vessel in the brain ruptures causing ischemia (reduced flow) and hypoxia on the downstream. Causes of hemorrhagic …