A cerebral hemorrhage is the accumulation of blood in an intracranial area that affects the brain that is in the vicinity by a compression mechanism.
The causes can be traumatic or spontaneous.
In the most common are spontaneous hypertension, taking anticoagulants or existence of a vascular malformation just breakin.
The traumatic there are 2 main types: epidurals are very urgent to operate and due to arterial rupture after skull fracture or subdural bleeding that are a vein, slow but steady and can expect more surgery time, according the condition of the patient, which is what truly makes the indication.
The symptoms are usually headache and loss of strength in the limbs opposite to the area of injury or language impairments. If bleeding is very large it is accompanied by altered level of consciousness that can reach the neurological coma.
Treatment is customized for each patient and each type of hemorrhage, but most of the time you need to operate and suck blood, but there is no general rule.
Then you have to rehabilitate the sequels, if any, and monitor blood pressure.