A brain stem hemorrhage is a condition that is characterized by bleeding occurring in the brain stem region, which results in and increase of pressure on the brainstem as well as neural death. A brain stem hemorrhage can occur due to a trauma, stroke, or a congenital disorder known as arteriovenous malformation, in which the blood vessels around the brain stem are tangled and weak. Symptoms of a brain stem hemorrhage typically arise quickly and include loss of motor and eye control. The brain stem is a crucial component of many necessary functions, so destruction to this area often leads to permanent brain damage, a coma, or death. Many hemorrhages happen too quickly for medical treatments to intervene, but doctors focus on releasing the pressure on the brain stem and controlling the bleeding through medicines and occasionally surgery.
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