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What Is Brain Hamrage
My mother was suffered from brain hamrage 3 months before. Now a days, she is normal & okay but she feels some dizzyness. What should I do? Age is 48
Brain hemorrhage: Bleeding in the brain for a 17-year-old is rare. A blood vessel malformation would be the most common cause in your age group. An MRI and mra of the brain is a good screening test for you. The most common cause of bleeding in the brain for people 45-55 is high blood pressure. Your mother should be monitored closely by her physician to ensure the bleeding does not recur. ...Read more
Very serious: The seriousness of a brain hemorrhage depends on the size, location and cause. Invariably, there are neurological issues. The degree of recovery is also affected by the age, co-morbidities, and if surgery was done. In dealing with the family member, you need to be not only supportive, but also an advocate as often the patient may be incapable of advocating for themselves, . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Brain bleeding: For the most part, no. If someone with hypertension or other risk factor for bleeding was stressed by thinking, and the pressure rose too high, there is a very remote risk that a hemorrhage could occur, but it is not caused by the thinking too hard, but the physiological changes that could accompany that. ...Read more
Size dependent: If you are referring to how long will it take for the body to clear a brain hemorrhage, that is primarily related to the size of the hemorrhage. Smaller hemorrhages will be reabsorbed quicker than larger ones. Hemorrhages only several cubic mls in volume will be reabsorbed in a couple of weeks, whereas large 35+cubic ml hemorrhages can take months to completely reabsorb the blood products. ...Read more
Depends: Need to be specific, is like how long does it take to die if you're bleeding somewhere else. What part of the brain, and how big? It can be a tiny unnoticable bleed that causes no problem and gets better on its own, or a big giant bleed could take a few seconds. ...Read more
No Single Number: There is no single number that can quantitate the force needed to cause traumatic brain injury (tbi), as there are simply too many factors. Such as, area of force, location of force, underlying anatomical uniqueness of individual based on age and size as well as any pre-existing medical problems such as hypo-coagulopathies. Suffice it to say that you can have tbi from a simple fall from standing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Generally once the a: Generally once the acute phase of the stoke is stabilized in the first day or two of admission, there is a risk for subsequent bleed that does need to be monitored. If stabilized the neurologic consequences of the stroke needs to be addressed along with assuring general medical stability and appropriate control of a patients blood pressure. We then need to enter the rehab phase. ...Read more
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