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The symptoms of a slow brain bleed may not appear until days or even weeks after the injury occurs. A person suffering a severe subdural hematoma may quickly lose consciousness and fall into a coma, whereas someone with subacute or chronic subdural hematoma would have to wait to see symptoms.

www.health.harvard.edu/a_to_z/hemorrhagic-stroke-a-to-z

A hemorrhagic stroke is bleeding (hemorrhage) that suddenly interferes with the brain's function. This bleeding can occur either within the brain or between the brain and the skull. Hemorrhagic strokes account for about 20% of all strokes, and are divided into categories depending on the site and cause of the bleeding:

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Grades 1 and 2 involve a smaller amount of bleeding. Most of the time, there are no long-term problems as a result of the bleeding. Grade 1 is also referred to as germinal matrix hemorrhage (GMH). Grades 3 and 4 involve more severe bleeding. The blood presses on (grade 3) or directly involves (grade 4) brain tissue.

www.healthtap.com/q/bleeding-on-the-brain-after-a-fall

How quick would symptoms of brain bleed show after fall, would it be very obvious? 4 days since son fell. Small bump/cranky. Bump gone. Am i in the clear? Fever today & stuffy. Any association? Dr. Bennett Machanic answered. 51 years experience Neurology.

www.healthcheckup.com/general/internal-bleeding-in-brain-symptoms-causes...

Symptoms of Internal Bleeding in Brain. Even though symptoms of internal bleeding in the brain are sudden and in a flash without any warning in most of the cases, some symptoms are considered to be warning bells for impending disasters. One should look out for these hemorrhage symptoms if he or she is vulnerable (uncontrolled hypertension ...

www.drugs.com/health-guide/hemorrhagic-stroke.html

A hemorrhagic stroke is bleeding (hemorrhage) that suddenly interferes with the brain's function. This bleeding can occur either within the brain or between the brain and the skull. Hemorrhagic strokes account for about 20% of all strokes, and are divided into categories depending on the site and cause of the bleeding:

www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-brainstem-hemorrhage.htm

Brainstem hemorrhage is a very serious condition in which bleeding occurs in the stem region of the brain.This puts pressure on and damages the structures in this area. Brainstem hemorrhage can have a variety of different causes including trauma, stroke, or pre-existing problems with blood vessels.Once bleeding begins, the hemorrhage usually progresses rapidly and the prognosis is poor.

www.brainline.org/author/jeffrey-bazarian/qa/what-happens-when-brain-bleeds

Let's start with the basics. A hematoma is a tumor-like collection of blood, usually clotted, located outside a blood vessel. The subdural space is located between the dura mater (the outermost, toughest, and most fibrous of the three membranes covering the brain and spinal cord) and the arachnoid membrane (the middle of these three membranes). The epidural space is located on or outside the ....

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A hemorrhagic stroke is when the arteries in your brain bleed or rupture, causing a loss of blood supply to and/or bleeding on a part of your brain and resulting in brain tissue death and damage ...

www.cedars-sinai.org/health-library/diseases-and-conditions/s/subdural...

A subdural hematoma is a buildup of blood on the surface of the brain. The blood builds up in a space between the protective layers that surround your brain. Your brain sits within a bony skull. Inside your skull and over the brain there are 3 layers called the meninges.