Cerebral Haemorrhage : Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment

Cerebral Haemorrhage When an artery inside the brain bursts out; it causes localized bleeding and eventual death of brain cells. So bleeding in and around the cerebrum or the brain is cerebral haemorrhage. Symptoms of cerebral haemorrhage The symptoms depend on the location of the haemorrhage and show up gradually. They may become worse within a few hours to few days. Severe headache as if the nerves of the head are tensed Weakness in the body Numbness in different parts of the body Problems in vision Loss of balance Difficulty…

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Transient ischemic attack : Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment

Transient ischemic attack Transient ischemic attack (TIA) is commonly known as a mini stroke that happens for a moment when the blood supply to the brain halts for a few seconds without causing any major damage to the body. We shall discuss the details in the upcoming segment Symptoms of transient ischemic attack The symptoms of transient ischemic attack are similar to initials signs of heart attack and they do not last long, i.e. within 10-20 minutes they disappear. They are: Sudden numbness, weakness and tingling or paralysis in the…

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