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Unexpected hemorrhage of the heart.
The cause of death was internal hemorrhage.
Moreover, the wounded man had been exhausted by hemorrhage.
He died of a brain hemorrhage six years after their return to Athens.
Dad, it’s a cerebral hemorrhage, one centimeter below the surface of the brain.
Massive hemorrhage results in seconds and the victim drowns in their own blood when it gets into the lungs.
As for the other way around, a human male would bring about an insignificant hemorrhage in a female Taltos.

She was found to have a subarachnoid hemorrhage due to her injury and the warfarin which also cause her to bleed from the brain and nose.
Surely she would have chosen something dignified at the age of ninety or so—maybe a quick cerebral hemorrhage after a full day of work.
One was Johnson’s own sister, Josefa, who mysteriously died from a brain hemorrhage on Christmas Eve 1961, after a party at Lyndon’s.
We weren’t able to remove that one right now, but we drilled holes in an effort to relieve the pressure and drain some of the hemorrhage.
With a bike helmet, it will minimize the chances of you developing a brain hemorrhage in case you get involved in an accident while riding your bike.
A brain surgeon needed to locate the area of the hemorrhage and then drill a hole in the scull to draw out the blood and relieve the pressure on the brain.
I worried, for a moment, that I was having a brain hemorrhage, or that I was hallucinating what I was seeing: the rock changing color and shrinking in my hands.
This is a relatively mild head injury and had neither a brain hemorrhage nor a brain herniation, that is, the blow did not cause a shift of some areas of the brain within the skull that would exert pressure on surrounding tissue and structures.
She then went on to say that Angel had an Intra cranial Hemorrhage which is bleeding inside the skull and that they were operating on her straight away to drain away the blood, if it’s successful she may only be left with mild headaches or at worst she could be paralysed down that one side.
His mother asked him in alarm where in the world he had been, for they had looked everywhere for him so that he could attend General Ignacio María, the last grandson of the Marquis de Jaraíz de la Vera, who had been struck down that afternoon by a cerebral hemorrhage: it was for him that the bells were tolling.
By the narrator a limitation of activity, mental and corporal, inasmuch as complete mental intercourse between himself and the listener had not taken place since the consummation of puberty, indicated by catamenic hemorrhage, of the female issue of narrator and listener, 15 September 1903, there remained a period of 9 months and 1 day during which, in consequence of a preestablished natural comprehension in incomprehension between the consummated females (listener and issue), complete corporal liberty of action had been circumscribed.
Conscious that the human organism, normally capable of sustaining an atmospheric pressure of 1 9 tons, when elevated to a considerable altitude in the terrestrial atmosphere suffered with arithmetical progression of intensity, according as the line of demarcation between troposphere and stratosphere was approximated from nasal hemorrhage, impeded respiration and vertigo, when proposing this problem for solution, he had conjectured as a working hypothesis which could not be proved impossible that a more adaptable and differently anatomically constructed race of beings might subsist otherwise under Martian, Mercurial, Veneral, Jovian, Saturnian, Neptunian or Uranian sufficient and equivalent conditions, though an apogean humanity of beings created in varying forms with finite differences resulting similar to the whole and to one another would probably there as here remain inalterably and inalienably attached to vanities, to vanities of vanities and to all that is vanity.
Suellen was hemorrhaging.
Is there hemorrhaging? No.
She felt her warmth hemorrhaging out into the cold ground.
The hemorrhaging was too severe, the blood loss too substantial.
If she was already hemorrhaging from her brain what could be done?
By the time of the sale, Distinction software was hemorrhaging badly.
In the hospital they had to remove my organs to stop the hemorrhaging.
Nancy had a crisis and started hemorrhaging and Andrea has to run get the neighbor.
Well, it turns out that he had this bloodhound that had been hit by a car and was hemorrhaging into his chest.
No matter what side you believe or trust the system is hemorrhaging and needs some restructuring from its current state.
It was also the best thing for the mother to leave the cord attached, as it helped the placenta to fully detach naturally, with less chance of hemorrhaging.
And you will kill that monkey easily and safely… Without any tell-tale blood being spilled as its internal organs are ruptured and hemorrhaging, as it bleeds to death internally.
Even in the world of finance, it has been proven that the only way to effectively overhaul and mend any hemorrhaging economy is by a massive, synchronized, drastic, holistic approach.
Lower, somewhere within, near her navel, there was another hot spot that radiated fire of such intensity when she tried to straighten that it could mean she was hemorrhaging internally.
Anyone who was willing to look at the cash flow statement could see that they were hemorrhaging cash in spite of what they said its profits were! Keith shouted to my audience of close to 1,000.
Many of those who had remained unconvinced, now seeing the town hemorrhaging so many of their friends and neighbors, hurriedly packed in a fright approaching panic, adding their families to the Exodus from a now-dying town.
His brain had hemorrhaged.
She saw her hand burned to a wrinkled plum, felt it recoil from a concussion so immense that the world was lifted and let fall and all the buildings broke and people hemorrhaged and lay silent.
Burley had been overwhelmingly confident that death could be attributed to massive trauma to the body as a result of the fall and that the brain had hemorrhaged due to the impact; death unfortunately had not been instantaneous as was indicated by the gash on the back of the head that had bled according to Feltus who had seen the pool of blood, though there had been no suffering as the victim had been unconscious until all bodily functions ceased about ten minutes later, as if that fact made the death any easier to accept and with which to mentally cope.
Stop the noise or we will all have cerebral hemorrhages!.
Hemorrhages frequently are found throughout the cerebral tissue in chronic alcoholism.
There were other drug addicts, people with AIDS, with cerebral hemorrhages, people who sat expressionless and 131.
After the operation I developed an intestinal inflammation with severe hemorrhages and was barely kept alive with daily 110.
He realized then that the hemorrhages were caused by a severe ulcerous colitis and sent for some specialized medicine from England and miraculously I did not traverse the gates of Hades.
Olin had read that the scorbutic disease was the result of a vitamin C deficiency and led to bleeding of the gums, loosening of the teeth, hemorrhages into the tissues, anemia and in the extreme, death.
I heard of a clinic in Colombo that uses herbs and natural minerals to cure all sorts of diseases, mental and physical and conditions of brain damage from hemorrhages with a surprising rate of success.

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