To gain a better understanding of what can go wrong within the brain it is essential to know what occurs and what it looks like when it is functioning normally. This week we are looking at the layers of the brain rather than the areas.
A brain haemorrhage involves bleeding in the brain, resulting in an expanding mass of blood that damages surrounding neural tissue. If left unchecked the haemorrhage will expand causing more widespread brain damage by killing off surrounding brain tissue.
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