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2 In children, cases regarding cerebral haemorrhage caused by pheochromocytoma have been rarely reported so far.
These abnormalities were commonly seen in cerebral haemorrhage and subarachnoid haemorrhage than infarcts.
Such patients are likely to have had a stroke due to cerebral haemorrhage rather than an ischaemic stroke.
Pregnancy-related cerebral haemorrhage is a rare but devastating condition that usually presents with sudden-onset, excruciating headache followed by photophobia, convulsion, neck stiffness and unconsciousness.
Cerebral haemorrhage will need to be excluded before treatment is initiated.
Intra cerebral haemorrhage is rare and is usually in the form of solitary haemorrhagic lesions.
The man, who suffered cerebral haemorrhage and fractured cervical vertebra, was transferred to the Famagusta General Hospital where he was intubated before being transferred to the intensive care unit of the Nicosia General Hospital.
Ignore the modesty of the title, remarkable survivor Collins was a truly independent product of the 80s and has been on a career rebirth since recovering from a cerebral haemorrhage in 2005.
Her agent, Andreea Butucariu, said that Ursuleasa had died on Thursday from the effects of a cerebral haemorrhage and asked for her family's privacy to be respected.
True (A) or false (B)--click on the correct answer: There are two kinds of stroke: ischaemic stroke and cerebral haemorrhage.
2002- Chancellor Gordon Browns baby daughter, Jennifer Jane, was baptised after suffering a cerebral haemorrhage.
Soviet Union leader Josef Stalin, 73, who had come to power in 1928, had suffered a cerebral haemorrhage.