The apoplexy

The apoplexy - suddenly and quickly developing hemorrhage in any organ; often apoplexy indicate bleeding in the brain with loss of consciousness. The apoplexy occurs either as a result of transudation of blood from painful modified vessels, or break them (rarely). The apoplexy may occur in patients with atherosclerosis, hypertension. The apoplexy brain leads to either die or leave a heavy consequences (paralysis, loss of speech, mental disorders, and so on). When apoplexy other bodies, such as when apoplexy cancer in older women, apoplexy adrenal glands, prognosis depends on the amount of bleeding.

The apoplexy (gr. apoplexia, from apoplesso - hit hit) is a fast - growing hemorrhage in any organ; more often apoplexy indicate bleeding in the brain, accompanied by loss of consciousness. The apoplexy brain is the result of vascular diseases: atherosclerosis (see), hypertensive disease (see), arteritis (see); also observed in case of injury of the brain, tumors of the brain, birth trauma and asphyxia of fetal malformations of brain vessels, with leukaemia. Described the so-called serous apoplexy is a rapidly growing tissue swelling, such as the mucosa and submucosa of the stomach. In the basis of the pathogenesis of the majority A. lie local vasomotor disorders, accompanied by paresis vascular, changes in vascular permeability and diapedetic hemorrhages. A. it may be due to a rupture of blood vessels, especially when aneurysm (see) or arrosee (see) vessel. The prognosis for A. depends on its location and size.