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Cerebral hemorrhage

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Cerebral hemorrhage, bleeding from a broken blood vessel in the brain, with damage to or destruction of surrounding tissues. The interruption of circulation also causes damage to tissue elsewhere in the brain. Cerebral hemorrhages are often fatal, and can leave victims suffering from various disabilities, including loss of speech and loss or impairment of muscle control.

See also: Stroke.

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