Hemorrhage refers to loss of blood from a person. Internal Hemorrhage happens when blood vessels rupture and lead to blood leakage. External Hemorrhage is a situation where a person loses copious amount of blood externally. This can happen from a natural body orifice or through a cut in the skin.
Hematuria: Loss of blood in the urine.
Hematemesis: Loss of blood in vomit.
Brain hemorrhage: Bleeding in the skull, brain tissue or rupture within the blood vessels in the head.
Gynecological hemorrhage: Bleeding through the vagina or ovaries.
A person can also experience upper gastrointestinal bleeding, pulmonary hemorrhage or rectal hemorrhage. Hemorrhage can occur due to high blood pressure, blood clotting disorders, uncontrolled diabetes or leukemia.
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