Hemorrhagic Stroke

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Hemorrhagic Stroke occurs when a weakened blood vessel (artery) ruptures or leaks. Hemorrhagic strokes are less common, but they are responsible for about 40 percent of all stroke deaths. Hemorrhagic stroke usually requires surgery to relieve intracranial (within the skull) pressure caused by bleeding. There are two types of hemorrhagic stroke called Intracerebal and Subarachnoid.  Intracerebal hemorrhage occurs when a blood vessel inside the brain bursts and leaks blood into surrounding brain tissue. The bleeding causes brain cells to die and the affected part of the brain stops working correctly. High blood pressure and aging blood vessels are the most common causes of this type of stroke.

Read more at http://www.imedpub.com/scholarly/hemorrhagic-stroke-journals-articles-ppts-list.php

More Journal updates at http://stroke.imedpub.com/

Stroke Research & Therapy is inviting submissions for the 1st issue of volume 2.

Submit your manuscript at stroke@neurologyinsights.org


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