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Looked up brain bleeding but still unsure what it is.?
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Dr. Edward Smith
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In brief: Blood out of bounds
Brain bleeding exists whenever blood is present within the skull outside of the blood vessels (vein, artery, capillary).
Blood can be in brain, in CSF spaces including ventricles, subarachnoid, subdural, or epidural. Damage is a function of volume, speed of accumulation and location of brain structures affected. Surgery is often needed.

In brief: Blood out of bounds
Brain bleeding exists whenever blood is present within the skull outside of the blood vessels (vein, artery, capillary).
Blood can be in brain, in CSF spaces including ventricles, subarachnoid, subdural, or epidural. Damage is a function of volume, speed of accumulation and location of brain structures affected. Surgery is often needed.
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