How intracranial hematomas are caused

Intracranial hemorrhage belongs to the secondary lesions of cranial trauma, thus it can be seen that intracranial hematoma is mostly related to trauma, which is caused by external force leading to skull fracture and vascular tearing, and patients usually have rapid onset and rapid disease progression, even leading to impaired consciousness and coma. Some patients can also be chronic, and the symptoms are more insidious. Intracranial hematomas in these patients are mostly associated with aging, alcoholism, and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

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