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Brain haemorrhage. Computer artwork of a haemorrhage in the brain. The brain is seen from the side, with the front at right. The haemorrhage may be a result of an injury, an abnormality of the blood vessels, or high blood pressure. The blood will exert pressure on the brain and can give a number of symptoms depending upon which area is affected. Symptoms can include headache, nausea, changes in vision and loss of balance. Treatment is with surgery to remove the clot.
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