- 1 high brain pressure
- 2 reasons for the high brain pressure
- 3 diagnosed with high brain pressure
- 4 treatment of hypertension brain
- 5 References
High brain pressure
Infection produces higher brain pressure, or the so-called pressure rise inside the skull (in English: intracranial pressure) for high pressure in the surrounding brain area, resulting from the high liquid ratio in this region, accompanied by high pressure brain many symptoms, including the following: [1 ]
- Suffering from nausea and vomiting.
- Reduced mental capacity.
- The feeling of pain in the head.
- Suffering from double vision.
Reasons for the high brain pressure
There are some of the common causes that cause high brain pressure, which we mention the following: 
- Head injuries.
- Occurrence of convulsions (in English: Seizure).
- Stroke (in English: Stroke).
- Incidence of bleeding intraventricular (in English: Intraventricular hemorrhage); A condition that affects bleeding filled areas with fluid, or ventricles within the brain.
- Incidence of tumor in the brain.
- Hydrocephalus (in English: Hydrocephalus); A condition that occurs because of increased fluid around the brain.
- Meningitis (in English: Meningitis).
Diagnosis of hypertension brain
It can be diagnosed early symptoms of brain injury higher pressure, through a routine medical check-ups, and is subject to the patient's doctor for many tests, and radiological images; To confirm the diagnosis, such as computed tomography (English: CT scan), or magnetic resonance imaging (English: Magnetic Resonance Imaging), and Acronym (MRI), can also measure cerebrospinal fluid pressure through the lumbar vertebrae. 
Treatment of high brain pressure
Is a developing high brain pressure from serious injuries, and life-threatening, so the treatment is in intensive care in the hospital, treatment depends primarily on reducing brain pressure, also includes pain relief treatment, drainage fluid (CSF), and help the patient to breathe, in addition to reducing body temperature, and the urgent need treatment for people with this condition; Because the delayed treatment may lead to a temporary brain damage, or permanent, or enter into a coma, and may in some cases lead to death. 
- ↑ Elea Carey (12-07-2017), "Increased Intracranial Pressure"، www.healthline.com, Retrieved 01-02-2019. Edited.
- ↑ "Increased intracranial pressure", medlineplus.gov, Retrieved 01-02-2019. Edited.
- ^ أ ب Jose Vega MD, PhD (21-02-2018), "Increased Intracranial Pressure Symptoms and Causes"، www.verywellhealth.com, Retrieved 01-02-2019. Edited.
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