cerebral haemorrhage


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cerebral haemorrhage

n
(Pathology) bleeding from an artery in the brain, which in severe cases causes a stroke
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As a teen in 1973, she suffered a cerebral haemorrhage and was left partially paralysed and blind.
The man, who suffered cerebral haemorrhage and fractured cervical vertebra, was transferred to the Famagusta General Hospital where he was intubated before being transferred to the intensive care unit of the Nicosia General Hospital.
By November 4, 2004, he died of a cerebral haemorrhage, at the age of 75.
Marr, who returns to TV this autumn, said his left arm was "still no good" after his severe cerebral haemorrhage in January.
On a related note, LUKoil has confirmed it will sponsor Sidelnikova's daughter until she reaches majority; her father died of a cerebral haemorrhage after the accident.
Intensive Blood Pressure Reduction in Acute Cerebral Haemorrhage Trial (INTERACT): A randomised pilot trial.
A DAY after she was elected to the state assembly from Morva Haraf constituency in central Gujarat, the Congress's Savita Khant died of a cerebral haemorrhage at a private hospital in Vadodara on Friday.
Johary, JFA technical director and adviser to Prince Ali, died on Monday from a brain clot and cerebral haemorrhage at a hospital in Amman.
The acting genius, whose turbulent love life and hell-raising gained as many headlines as his great roles on stage and screen, died of a cerebral haemorrhage in a Geneva hospital.
A study of 3 000 hospitalised first-in-a-lifetime stroke patients across 22 countries found that overall 22% of strokes were due to cerebral haemorrhage and 78% to ischaemia.
He said: "My father-in-law was the Town player Brian Gibson who died recently of a cerebral haemorrhage, and my mother got Alzheimer's so that was behind my decision to chose the charity.
I was even taken to Newcastle General Hospital neurosurgical department in 1971 after collapsing and being diagnosed with a subarachnoid cerebral haemorrhage, which my late parents and husband were told I could not survive.