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- adj. of, relating to, or producing hemorrhage
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining or tending to a flux of blood; consisting in, or accompanied by, hemorrhage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of, pertaining to, or exhibiting hemorrhage.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to a hemorrhage
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Hemorrhage or hemorrhagic comes from the Greek word to "to burst forth with blood."
The rest are called hemorrhagic strokes, which involve bleeding in or near the brain.
By making the blood thinner, they say, aspirin can lead to gastrointestinal bleeding or a type of bleeding in the brain known as a hemorrhagic stroke.
However, there is a concern that taking these drugs might possibly increase the risk of having a specific kind of stroke called a hemorrhagic stroke.
He had essentially what's known as a hemorrhagic stroke, or a bleeding stroke.
There's also something known as hemorrhagic syndrome where you actually start to have problems with bleeding.
There are risks to taking it, such as GI bleeds, and also a slight risk of a brain bleed, known as a hemorrhagic stroke.
But some doctors are reluctant to prescribe the cholesterol-lowering drugs to stroke patients because they fear statins can cause bleeding in the brain called a hemorrhagic stroke.
Yellow fever is a viral infection in the group of diseases known as hemorrhagic fevers.
He has suffered from what is referred to as a hemorrhagic stroke, most likely in the basilar artery that supplies the posterior portion of the brain.