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Secondary brain cancer. Sections through a brain after a cerebral haemorrhage, or intracerebral haematoma, showing an accumulation of blood (dark patches). A cerebral haemorrhage is a haemorrhage (bleed) that occurs within the brain tissue itself. It may be caused by brain trauma or spontaneously in haemorrhagic stroke.
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