Stroke and Cerebral Haemorrhage

stroke occurs when there is an insufficient level of blood supply in the brain. As a result, the brain lacks the required nutrients and oxygen, and the brain cells of that area lead to death. Cerebral haemorrhage is a type of stroke occurs when a brain artery bursts out and cause internal bleeding. Thus, causing dysfunction of the cells or otherwise, it leads to death.

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