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What are subdural and epidural hemorrhage?

Subdural and epidural hemorrhage are types of intracranial hemorrhage that result when blood leakage -- either traumatic and brisk (epidural) or insidious and slow (subdural) -- from broken vessels enters the space above or below the dura mater (the outermost membrane covering the brain).

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How do I manage my intracranial hemorrhage on a daily basis?
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How do medications treat intracranial hemorrhage?
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What is an intracranial hemorrhage?
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Intracranial hemorrhage is bleeding inside the skull, either in the brain itself or in the space sep...
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Should I talk to my doctor about my intracranial hemorrhage symptoms?
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