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Some TBIs, especially the more severe ones, are characterized by bleeding in the brain (intracranial), and these require a different kind of treatment, where the skull is opened to release pressure and remove the clotted blood, called a hematoma.
For Tyler Onderdonk, 18, brain surgery to repair intracranial bleeding meant numerous absences at Beckman High in Irvine.
On Feb. 8, 2015, Perez suffered from an intracranial hemorrhage that left her brain-dead while 23 weeks pregnant with her second baby, Angel.
Fowler was diagnosed this year with idiopathic intracranial hypertension, a chronic condition in which her body produces too much spinal fluid, causing pressure on her optic nerves and the risk of blindness.
Although the volume of cerebrospinal fluid increases in certain areas, the brain itself doesn’t swell in size, which would be a cause of intracranial pressure.
Intracranial penetration of a TASER dart A 16-year-old boy was shot in the face with a Taser while resisting arrest.
The scientists were surprised to find that intracranial pressure actually dropped during the periods of zero gravity.
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First Known Use of intracranial
medical Definition of intracranial
- intracranial pressure
intracraniallyplay \-nē-ə-lē\ adverb
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