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haemorrhage

(US), hemorrhage
profuse bleeding from ruptured blood vessels
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Caburn, Edward B: Haemorrhages in the Eye present at birth.
Consequently, with reduced blood flow through constricted vessels, some areas of the retina may show signs of ischaemia, with flameshaped haemorrhages and microinfarcts (cotton wool spots).
Carole's ten-year-old son Clarke died suddenly in 1996, leading her and her husband Brian to found the Clarke Lister Brain Haemorrhage Foundation in their belief that brain haemorrhages were more common than they were first told and that more could be done about the condition.
A brain haemorrhage occurs when the wall of a blood vessel becomes weak and ruptures, leading to a bleed into the brain.
If we can get this specifically for survivors of brain haemorrhages, it will make such a big difference.
2] Depending on the underlying cause, intracerebral haemorrhage is categorised as either primary or secondary.
Conclusion: Primary haemorrhage occurring during tonsillectomy is a serious threat and control of bleeding during the procedure should therefore be meticulous.
The discovery of retinal haemorrhages upon routine optometric examination is a common reason for referral into secondary eye care services.
Patients with IVH, particularly without ICH, patients with lobar haemorrhages and patients with SAH need investigation.
Most retobulbar haemorrhages are of venous origin and this would appear to be the case in this case with its slow onset (3).
Despite popular opinion haemorrhages occur mostly in men aged 18-30.
A retired lab technician died from two brain haemorrhages and skull fractures following a fall outside a Middlesbrough pub, an inquest heard.