Hemorrhagic Stroke

Hemorrhagic Stroke is the most drastic form of stroke attacks; can cause the sudden death of a patient.

The brain is a very sensitive organ that it can easily bleed and damage abruptly. This is the pathologic reason why Hemorrhagic Heart Disease Stroke occurs when a blood vessel in the brain burst. Bleeding can irritate the brain structures that can cause swelling. The blood coming from the ruptured vessel will be collected and a mass of blood will form, termed as hematoma. Since hematoma is not a normal part of the brain, it can add the pressure inside the brain by pressing itself against the hard skull that protects the brain membranes.

Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes

Diabetes disease is an abnormal metabolic condition (See: Metabolic syndrome) that’s characterized by either decreased insulin production or factors that inhibit insulin action.

Insulin has a vital role in metabolism. Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas (See: Pancreatic cancer symptoms). It regulates the amount of glucose in the blood. Because of some factors that result in a lack of insulin action, diabetes mellitus occurs. Diabetes disease has a slight predilection for women than men. Old people and non-Caucasians are at higher risk in developing the condition.

Breast Cancer Symptoms

Breast cancer symptoms are very important in detecting the occurrence of the disease.

The breast of a female has 15-20 portions termed lobes. Every single lobe is made of various small portions termed lobules. These lobules compose a group of small glands, which can produce milk. After a baby is delivered, the female’s breast milk will be produced from the lobules passing into thin tubes termed as ducts. This milk production is stimulated by the let-down reflex. Fibrous tissue and fat fills the gaps between the ducts and the lobules. Both breasts also have lymph vessels. These forms of vessels are attached to small, round of lymph nodes or tissues. Cluster of lymph nodes are adjacent to the breast in the axilla or underarm, in the chest at the back of the breastbone, and on top of the collar bone.