A brain compression occurs when there is an excess of pressure on the brain, due to consequences of brain injuries such as and accumulation of blood or swelling of brain tissues. Symptoms that may indicate a brain compression include a loss of consciousness and responsiveness, headaches, pupil dilation, facial paralysis, or changes in personality and behavior. Brain compressions can lead to severe brain damage if not treated quickly, and treatments may include medications to relieve the swelling or surgery to remove excess blood and reposition the brain away from the hard wall of the skull.
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