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What are the implications of intracranial hemorrhage?

What are the implications of intracranial hemorrhage?

Seriously ill : Intracranial hemorrhages regardless of their location, subdural, epidural, subarachnoid or intraparenchymal are serious conditions. Epidural hemorrhages and subdural hematomas are addressed sugically. Aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage can be addressed surgically or by coiling. Intraparenchymal hemorrhage is usually treated medically, though complications may require neurosurgical assistance. ...Read more

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Dr. Bryan Treacy
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Heavy Bleeding (Definition)

Usually described by physicians as having to change a pad more than every 1-2 hours, passing large clots, change from your previous pattern, needing overnight protection, ...Read more


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How come IV dextrose contraindicated with an intracranial hemorrhage?

How come IV dextrose contraindicated with an intracranial hemorrhage?

Hyperglycemia: You want to avoid cerebral hyperglycemia. With stroke as well as traumatic brain injury, studies have demonstrated that if there is too much sugar, the patient does not do as well. ...Read more

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Why do preemies often get intracranial hemorrhage?

Immature Vessels: Infants born before 30 weeks of pregnancy are at highest risk for such bleeding. The smaller and more premature the infant, the higher the risk for ivh. This is because blood vessels in the brain of premature infants are not yet fully developed and are extremely fragile. The blood vessels grow stronger after 30 weeks of pregnancy. ...Read more

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Why do some women get an intracranial hemorrhage when giving birth?

Why do some women get an intracranial hemorrhage when giving birth?

Unhealthy woman: Presumably because pushng the baby out at birth "pops" a brain artery. That would mean that the artery is itself sick since it is a highly abnormal result of birthing. ...Read more

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Can a child born at 6 months old sustain an intracranial hemorrhage?

Can a child born at 6 months old sustain an intracranial hemorrhage?

Premi???: Your question states kid was born at 6m. If u mean 6m into a pregnancy, yes a kid born that prematurely is susceptable to to intracranial hemorrhage due to the weaker blood vessel walls in the fetal brain.Blood pressure shifts during the hours of intensive care can result in leaks (hemorrhage). ...Read more

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I had an intracranial hemorrhage in April. I am a 48 y.o. African-American male. What is my life expectancy now? What can a neurologist help me with?

Need more info: In order to best answer your question is the cause of the intracranial hemorrhage. Usually, treatment of the underlying cause will prevent further hemorrhage and also affect life expectancy. ...Read more

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Hi doctors, can you tell me what is intracranial bleeding and intracranial pressure?

Hi doctors, can you tell me what is intracranial bleeding and intracranial pressure?

Intracranial bleed: Intracranial bleeding is due to an actual bleed or hemorrhage into the brain. Intracranial pressure is the brain pressure inside the skull in a normal patient. An hemorrhage or tumor can lead to increased intracranial pressure. ...Read more

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Taking keppra (levetiracetam) 750 ml per day after one seizure resulting from intracranial bleeding and subdural hematomas. How long to taper off meds?

Taking keppra (levetiracetam) 750 ml per day after   one seizure resulting from intracranial bleeding and subdural hematomas. How long to taper off meds?

Depends on location: The time to begin tapering is somewhat dependent on the size and location of the hemorrhage. Hemorrhages located at the gray/white junction of brain tissue are more likely to be site of seizures than those hemorrhages confined to the white matter or basal ganglia and require longer treatment. Your neurosurgeon or neurologist would have the best estimate based on imaging studies. ...Read more

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How can sinusitis, meningitis, intracranial bleeding, hypertension, and tumors in the brain cause headaches?

How can sinusitis, meningitis, intracranial bleeding, hypertension, and tumors in the brain cause headaches?

Common denominator: Except for sinusitis, they all cause traction on the leptomeninges which are the only structures in the brain which have feeling/sensation. Sinusitis causes headache by a different mechanism. ...Read more

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Why do you get intracranial bleeding if your cholesterol levels are too low?

Why do you get intracranial bleeding if your cholesterol levels are too low?

The cause is unknown: There is some controversy that this is really a cause and effect. However, the reason why is still not defined. ...Read more

Dr. Manoj Mittal
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Intracranial Hematoma (Definition)

Intracranial hemorrhage is a clinical condition in which there is bleeding within the brain. This can lead to headache, neurological problems, or even death. ...Read more