cerebral hemorrhage

noun Pathology.
hemorrhage from a blood vessel into the cerebrum, often followed by neurologic damage; a type of stroke.

Origin:
1870–75

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cerebral hemorrhage n.
Bleeding into the substance of the cerebrum, usually in the internal capsule. Also called encephalorrhagia, hematencephalon.

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Too much against humanity will cause cerebral hemorrhage.
Before a cerebral hemorrhage wipes away much of his memory, he seems to have been a kind of machine of ratiocination.
The procedure is reversible and appears to be generally safe, although a few cases of fatal cerebral hemorrhage have occurred.
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