Intracerebral Hemorrhage Treatment

Intracerebral hemorrhage (bleeding into the brain tissue) is the second commonest reason for stroke and also the most dangerous.

Blood vessels carry the blood to & from the brain. Arteries or veins will rupture, either from abnormal pressure or abnormal development or trauma. The blood itself will harm the brain tissue. Furthermore, the additional blood within the brain might increase the pressure inside the bone to a degree that any damages the brain.

ICH is most ordinarily caused by:

If left alone, the brain can eventually re-absorb the clot. The harm done by magnified brain pressure over an extended amount is also irreversible.

Non-surgical treatments include:

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