In some vascular diseases, such as aneurysms, also called vascular ballooning among the folks (diseases that make blood clotting difficult and in hypertensive patients) bleeding may occur in the brain. The released substances and blood cells create damage to the brain, and the accumulation of blood also compresses the brain. These are called “subarachnoid hematoma” among medical staff.
The basic rule in such bleedings is to stop the bleeding and evacuate the blood from the place where it has filled. But of course, damage and risk we may create during this process must be lower than the damage that the bleeding may give to the patient. Because the amount of blood collected in the brain and the time it stayed in the brain are also important, the early diagnosis of these types of conditions and their early surgical evacuation are also very important. That is, the choices about the timing of the surgery and the method of the surgery will be made by the neurosurgeon accordingly. In these types of bleeding, necessary drug treatments are started to prevent recurrence of the condition after the operation.