What is the treatment for cerebral hemorrhage?

Different treatments. Cerebral hemorrhage is a life-threatening condition caused by a stroke, aneursym and trauma of the brain, among other things. This type of problem is treated by a neurologist/neurosurgeon or both. Good luck...

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Is there any surgical treatment for comatose caused by cerebral hemorrhage?

Complex. Depends on where the hemorrhage is located and why it occurred. If a subdural or epidural, surgical evacuation may help. Intracerebral location or subarachnoid hemorrhage may be difficult but if aneurysm or avm, might be useful to repair. However, coma may be sign of increased intracranial pressure, and rarely can this be shunted or decompressed. More often supportive care is best. Read more...

What causes a sudden cerebral hemorrhage, that leads to a coma or death?

Multiple causes. High blood pressure is the most common cause of intracerebral hemorrhage. Also if an aneurysm ruptures, it leaks blood into the space around the brain. Ruptured brain aneurysms are fatal in about 40% of cases. Amyloid angiopathy, head trauma and liver disease just to name a few. Read more...

How can I tell if my headache is a severe migrane or cerebral hemorrhage?

See your doctor. Good question and a doctor's visit would be the best start. Read more...
Early evaluation. If you have not been diagnosed with migraine and/or you are experiencing the worst headache of your life, go to the emergency department where a ct scan will be done to rule out a cerebral hemorrhage. Read more...

Depression after surviving a Intra cerebral hemorrhage? & is it possible to recover of hemiiplagia? Life expectation after 2 years of injury!!

We can not answer. We can not answer your question about prognosis about life expectancy after intracerebral hemorrhage and recovery from hemiplegia.Only the doctors who cared for her and are caring for her can answer these questions.I suggest you discuss these questions from the treating doctors. Read more...

Can they go a week without noticing cerebral hemorrhage from an injury?

Yes, but days. Yes, very small brain bleeds may go unnoticed for quite some time, especially if they do not clot properly and continue to bleed slowly. However, a week seems a little too long for a cerebral hemorrhage to a) continue, and b) not start to cause symptoms. Read more...

Severe cerebral hemorrhage after minor trauma. Is that due to blood clot?

Probably not. Blood clots are the result of hemorrhage or blood stasis, not the other way around. Minor trauma could theoretically cause a cerebral hemorrhage if there was a pre-existing aneurysmal weakness in the blood vessel wall. Sometimes these can be congenital, and sometimes these are due to vascular disease (e.g., atherosclerosis, diabetes type ii). Read more...

Could you who has suffered brain or cerebral hemorrhage develop Parkinson's disease?

Yes. Other medical conditions don't usually promote or prevent the diagnosis of PD. However, the risk factors for ischemic stroke also contribute to vascular Parkinsonism (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22121251) and secondary Parkinsonism (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000759.htm). Having an intracerebral hemorrhage wouldn't prevent someone from going on to develop PD. Read more...