Cerebral Haemorrhagic Contusion – What is it?

A Cerebral haemorrhagic contusion is a form of brain haemorrhage and commonly occurs after significant head injury. They are often referred to as ‘intracerebral haemorrhage’.  A haemorrhage is usually identified from a CT scan. In addition, MRI scans may also be used to identify further bruising especially at the base of the skull. A CT…