33. Subarachnoidal haemorhage

Organ: Brain

Description:

There is a haemorrhage on the basal side of the brain. The bleeding clearly enters and fills the sulci at the affected area.

Diagnosis: Subarachnoid haemorrhage

Causes:

  • Hypertension -> Rupture of berry aneurysm

Theory:

The macroscopical difference between a subarachnoid and a subdural bleeding is that in the latter case will blood not fill the sulci, while it will in the former case.

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