A 55-year-old woman with cerebral hemorrhage has been successfully treated.
The main complaints of a 55-year-old woman who applied to the Republican Medical Diagnostic Center (RMDM) were sudden, severe headache, nausea and vomiting. In the right brain, CT scan revealed a subdural hemorrhage between the brain and the cerebral cortex. The cause of such bleeding is usually skull-brain trauma. However, the patient did not have any trauma, did not have any illness, and did not use medication from the stool.
The patient's bleeding posed a threat to the woman's life and was called for an emergency operation.
The hemorrhage was removed as a result of surgery by the RMDM's doctors and the coagulation was found (burnt) with a small artery causing bleeding. After the operation, the patient was examined by a therapist, no illness was detected, and five days later he was discharged home in a normal state.
* Information from the Press Service of the Ministry of Health