internal hemorrhage


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internal hemorrhage

[in′tərn·əl ′hem·rij]
(computer science)
A condition in which a computer program continues to run following an error but produces dubious results and may adversely affect other programs or the performance of the entire system.
(medicine)
Bleeding within a body cavity or organ that is concealed from an observer.
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In our course we will learn: - External hemorrhage, and internal hemorrhage - Spinal injuries - Dealing with simple wounds; cleaning and dressing - Drowning - and more.
Red blood cell counts can signal internal hemorrhage, he noted.
Salman Raduyev, a 35-year-old Chechen guerrilla who became infamous for seizing 2,000 hostages at a hospital in the south Dagestani town of Kizlyar in 1996, dies of an internal hemorrhage in a prison near Perm in the Urals.
A large number of folks who are subject to blunt trauma--they're near an explosion, they're in an auto accident, they're Princess Diana--die of an internal hemorrhage .
With Lebanon exhausted by its civil wars, Israel's invasions of 1978 and 1982, the near ruin of Beirut, and the mortal blows visited on the Lebanese citizens and the Palestinian residents there, the Arab state system intervened to address the problem: prevent the further internal hemorrhage and erosion of Arab credibility, and limit the damage to the Palestinian cause.