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haemorrhage

(US), hemorrhage
profuse bleeding from ruptured blood vessels
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A haemorrhage can also cause a blood clot, which might need treatment in its own right.
Flame-shaped haemorrhages are found in the nerve fibre layer with the axons of ganglion cells shaping the blood to reflect this characteristic appearance (see Figure Commonly, these haemorrhages result from hypertension, thus, blood pressure assessment is paramount when encountering this finding.
Akinesia rapidly ensued, clinically orbital pressure was normal and there was no subconjunctival haemorrhage or oedema.
Around 30% of people die within an hour of a subarachnoid haemorrhage and a further 30% die within one month.
He said one of the spontaneous haemorrhages occurred naturally, and could have happened at any time, and the second was caused by the trauma of the head injury.
In a court of law, the defence may claim that an isolated subdural haemorrhage presenting in later infancy is due to a birth injury.
Understand the treatment of a range of common ocular conditions, with emphasis on those causing macular haemorrhages (6.
When you go home, you are just given a couple of sheets of A4 sheets explaining haemorrhages," says Steve.
The most common and well-known type of brain haemorrhage is inter-cerebral bleeds - a leading cause of strokes, mainly affecting older people.
The more premature the baby, the more fragile the capillaries, making brain haemorrhages more likely to occur.
The fundus appearance is usually one of scattered blot haemorrhages (Figure 6).