Since bleeding means that the blood goes out of the veins, damage to the brain occurs because of chemical substances and cells that pour outside with the blood. In addition to these effects, blood accumulation caused by hemorrhage compresses the brain, causing physical damage.
The main treatment in case of any brain hematoma is the urgent evacuation of this blood. Thus, both the blood that damages the brain will be removed from the area, and the pressure on the brain by the blood collection will be relieved. This evacuation is sometimes a simple operation, but sometimes requires a high level of experience and skill. Furthermore, surgical interventions such as aneurysm clipping and malformation removal may also be required to prevent recurrence of the brain hematoma.