Brain Hemorrhage Directory
A brain hemorrhage is caused by bleeding in the brain and is also a type of stroke. When the brain bleeds, the affected area swells and increases pressure on the brain, which can cause death to brain cells and permanent brain damage. Trauma, a ruptured aneurysm, high blood pressure, liver disease, and more factors can lead to a brain hemorrhage. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how a brain hemorrhage is caused, what it looks like, how to treat it, and much more.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Aneurysms
If you have an aneurysm, it’s crucial to get treatment. Here’s how they are diagnosed and treated.
Understanding Symptoms of Aneurysm
Get the basics on symptoms of aneurysms from the experts at WebMD.
What Is an Aneurysm?
Find out about the different types of aneurysm, a bulge in a weakened part of one of your arteries.
Brain Hemorrhage: Causes, Symptoms, Treatments
WebMD explains the causes, risk factors, symptoms, and treatment of a brain hemorrhage.
Bob Woodruff's Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery
ABC News journalist Bob Woodruff talks with WebMD about his experiences before, during, and after a traumatic brain injury that occurred in Iraq while on a 2006 reporting assignment.
Top Celebrity Health Topics of 2010
WebMD's top celebrity health topics of 2010 include Michael Douglas' throat cancer, Brett Michaels' brain hemorrhage, Bill Clinton's heart surgery and weight loss, Phil Mickelson's psoriatic arthritis, and Glenn Beck's macular dystrophy.