An aneurysm can rupture, spilling blood into the surrounding body tissue. A ruptured cerebral aneurysm can cause permanent brain damage, disability, or death.
"Brain rupture" is not a normal medical term. Do you mean the rupture of a cerebral aneurysm? It depends on the severity and location of the rupture... some are non-fatal, and others can cause death.
Its called an aneurysm. ==================== It is rather a cerebral thrombosis or cerebral stroke. Aneurysm is a delated vessel, more precisely, a part of the blood vessel, where the wall is weaker, delates, or "bulges". That could happen in the brain as well (cerebral aneurysm). It the delated part of the vessel (the aneurysm) ruptures, that will cause a cerebral stroke.
Chlamydia can cause premature rupture of membranes and preterm labor, both of which increase the risk of cerebral palsy.
Cardiac tamponade is fatal unto itself. If you are asking what causes the tamponade, there are several causes. Ventricular rupture after MI is one, coronary artery rupture is another. Proximal aortic artery aneurysm also is a cause of cardiac tamponade. Chest trauma is a not infrequent cause of cardiac tamponade.
No, it cannot cause one, but it could potentially cause one to rupture if you have an existing aneurism.
An aneurysm is a weakness in an arterial or venal wall caused by ageing, smoking, genetics, artherosclerosis, vasculitis, high blood pressure etc. Although a blood clot cannot cause an aneurysm it could certainly cause an aneurysm to rupture.
It's called cerebral hemorrhage, the previous answer "cerebral aneurysm" refers to a dilation of a portion of an artery, the muscular tissue is thinner than a normal artery, so it's prone to rupture and can cause cerebral hemorrhage. I think the answer they are looking for is a hemorrhagic stroke. Both terms can be used interchangeably.
It can cause the rupture of blood vessels, most dangerously cerebral blood vessels causing cerebral hemorrhage.