hemorrhage from a blood vessel into the cerebrum, often followed by neurologic damage; a type of stroke.
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How to use cerebral hemorrhage in a sentence
That mood reaches an early peak when, upon arriving home one evening, Kafuku finds his beloved sprawled out on the floor, dead of a sudden cerebral hemorrhage.‘Drive My Car,’ a Japanese Study of Grief, Is the Most Entrancing Film of the Year | Nick Schager | November 16, 2021 | The Daily Beast
The pianist would survive Kennedy by 15 years, before succumbing to a cerebral hemorrhage at age 48.
Mohamed died a few days later in a Paris hospital, reportedly from a cerebral hemorrhage.
He retained his faculties perfectly until April 23, 1918, when he died from cerebral hemorrhage.Gilbertus Anglicus | Henry Ebenezer Handerson
It was a routine case, differing in no respect from what is ordinarily witnessed as a sequence of cerebral hemorrhage.The Electric Bath | George M. Schweig
Finally, the shock of a cerebral hemorrhage is very great and its after-effects likely to be very disturbing.Psychotherapy | James J. Walsh
These consist of abscess of the brain, meningitis, and specially cerebral hemorrhage.
His death on Sunday, July 7, of cerebral hemorrhage was alike a shock and a grief.Historical Essays | James Ford Rhodes