Cerebral Hemorrhage May Cause Paralysis
Brain paralysis is one of the most important causes of acute brain disease called stroke, which is the second most common cerebral hemorrhage after stroke due to vascular occlusion.
Cerebral hemorrhage is the most deadly cause of stroke. Although some people who have been interfered with due to cerebral hemorrhage do not have any complaint of tension before, it is likely that they may not be aware of tension problems.
What causes Brain Hemorrhage?
- Hypertension and diabetes
- Blood thinning drugs aspirin, heparin, coumarin (risk of bleeding higher in those using these drugs)
- Stimulants such as high intake of alcohol, cocaine, amphetamines
- Birth control pills (Oral contraceptives)
- Leukemia disease
- Diseases of the connective tissue forming a disorder in the vascular structure
- Congenital and acquired disorders of brain veins, bubbles (aneurysms) and AVM (arteriovenous malformation) problems
- Cysts and tumors in the brain
- Bleeding in tumor tissue
How is Brain Hemorrhage Treated?
- The cause of brain hemorrhage is tumor, cyst, aneurysm, avm. Surgical treatment is required to eliminate it. For this, surgery is considered the first option.
- If the brain hemorrhage is in the sensitive structures of the brain, at the depth and the clot volume is below 10 ml, follow-up may be preferred instead.
- If the clot volume is between 10-30 ml and there is significant edema in the brain in a superficial area, surgical treatment is applied. This treatment is done by surgically removing the clot completely and controlling the underlying bleeding.
- Surgical intervention may worsen the general situation and provide no additional benefit if bleeding is greater than 30 ml.