1
Thanks

A few words of thanks would be greatly appreciated.

Cerebral hematoma - Definition


Definition


A hematoma is a collection of blood caused by the rupture of a blood vessel that spills out of the bloodstream. Cerebral hematoma is located in the brain and is linked to the failure of one or more blood vessels, which may be the case in a ruptured aneurysm (arterial malformation), a hemorrhagic stroke, or more often, a head injury. The cerebral hematoma can compress the structures in the skull and have serious consequences. The subdural, dural, or extra-dural hematomas can be distinguished depending on their location, relative to a protective membrane of the brain called the dura mater. The symptoms are not always immediate, but care must be quick to avoid potentially irreversible effects on the brain. A surgical treatment should be considered, sometimes urgently.
1
Thanks

A few words of thanks would be greatly appreciated.

Ask a question
CCM is a leading international tech website. Our content is written in collaboration with IT experts, under the direction of Jeff Pillou, founder of CCM.net. CCM reaches more than 50 million unique visitors per month and is available in 11 languages.

0 Comments