What is intercranial hemorrhage?
when there is a internal head injury with bleeding inside the head, is called inter-cranial hemorrhage.
Hemorrhage: Bleeding or the abnormal flow of blood. The patient may have an internal hemorrhage that is invisible or an external hemorrhage that is visible on the outside of the body. Bleeding into the spleen or liver is internal hemorrhage. Bleeding from a cut on the face is an external hemorrhage. The term "hemorrhagic" comes from the Greek "haima," blood + rhegnumai," to break forth = a free and forceful escape of blood.
You had two abortions and when they performed the second one you started to hemorrhage what does this mean?
A hemorrhage is very heavy bleeding which is difficult to control. If you have an injury anywhere on your body and the bleeding cannot be controlled, that is called a hemorrhage. It is nothing to do with the fact it was your second abortion. Wmen can hemmorrhage while pregnant, in labor, and after the baby is born. You may hemorrhage with a miscarriage.
cerebral hemorrhage or intracerebral hemorrhage (bleeding with in cerebellum) it is generally caused by brain traumas. Their is also possibility that a person hurt with in the skull so the bleeding with in the skull termed as intracranial hemorrhage. Hemorrhage is basically termed used for any bleeding weather it is internal or external or in any part of body.
A subarachnoid hemorrhage is an intracranial hemorrhage into the cerebrospinal fluid-filled space between the arachnoid and pial membranes on the surface of the brain. The cause may be trauma, rupture of an aneurysm, or an arteriovenous anomaly. The hemorrhage may extend into the brain if the force of the bleeding from the broken vessel is severe or sudden. Localized pain usually results from vascular injury and/or distortion.
The hematocrit calculates the percentage of red blood cells in the plasma. The term hematocrit means to separate blood. Brain hemorrhage is caused by an artery in the brain bursting and causing bleeding in surrounding tissues. A hematocrit that is done immediately after a hemorrhage does not show any signs of RBC loss because at the time of the hemorrhage, plasma and red blood cells are lost in equal proportions.