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Traumatic brain hemorrhages are common in people who have died from brain death. | Abstract
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Annals of Experimental Biology

Abstract

Traumatic brain hemorrhages are common in people who have died from brain death.

Author(s): Alice Brown*

The most common type of hemorrhagic event in these situations, head traumatic intracranial hemorrhage, can assist us forecast the potential of the emergence of a vegetative state given the large burden of brain death and its primary cause in emergency clinical settings. The most common cerebral hemorrhage types among patients who were brain dead were Subarachnoid (SAH) and Subdural (SDH), accounting for 45.7% and 40%, respectively. Midline shift and edema were both caused by hemorrhagic episodes in 12.9% and 14.3% of patients, respectively. According to this study, subarachnoid and subdural hemorrhages are the most common types of cerebral hemorrhages among patients who have suffered head trauma and died from their injuries.