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Those people who survive haemorrhages can find everything - from their speech and mobility to their memory and even their personality, are affected, but every brain injury is unique.
Colin Shieff, a neurosurgeon and a trustee of charity Headway, the brain injury association, says: "A brain haemorrhage is basically bleeding on the brain caused by a traumatic brain injury or burst artery, an aneurysm.
Subhyaloid haemorrhages are found between the inner limiting membrane and the posterior hyaloid face.
Intracranial haemorrhage accounts for 15 - 20% of strokes(1) and has risen in incidence by 18% over the past 10 years to 24.
We report a case of delayed retrobulbar haemorrhage associated with a repeat sub-Tenon's local anaesthetic block for an intraocular lens exchange.
Only around one in 7,000 people have a subarachnoid haemorrhage.
Dr Sara Barker, consultant anaesthetist in intensive care, said cerebral haemorrhages and swelling of the brain were found.
The medico-legal implications for the finding of asymptomatic isolated subdural haemorrhages in infants older than four weeks of age, in whom there is a suspicion of non-accidental head injury, are important.
Be able to recognise common ocular abnormalities and refer when appropriate, with emphasis on those causing macular haemorrhages (Group 6.
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.
Intraventricular haemorrhages are a condition in which the capillaries bleed into the baby's brain.
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).
Mr Davies, 47, from Redcar, said: "You go home and you are given a couple of A4 sheets about brain haemorrhages.
Brain haemorrhage victims in the North East are to be given extra help to rebuild their lives.