cranial haemorrhage

cranial haemorrhage

A nonspecific term for:
(1) Cerebral haemorrhage, see there;
(2) Haemorrhage within the cranial cavity for any reason, including epidural and subdural haemorrhage.
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With these novel agents intra cranial haemorrhage is reduced.
The 31-year-old boxer was first taken to Kalafong Hospital but was eventually transferred to Steve Biko Hospital, where she had a surgery due to cranial haemorrhage. Last week, she was weaned off from life support and moved-out of the intensive care unit but she never regained her consciousness.
al, showed that the navigation system helped in decreasing the postoperative deficits in patients undergoing surgical debridement in the area.6 The increased field of vision helps decrease healthy tissue loss and complications such as orbital or cranial haemorrhage and injury to structures in the vicinity; this is reflected in the fact that none of our cases had any postoperative deficits and were uneventfully discharged on regular follow-ups.