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01/04/2006 11:05 PM ID: 52084 Permalink   

Ariel Sharon Suffered Massive Stroke, Cerebral Hemorrhage

 

Israeli PM Ariel Sharon on Wednesday suffered what doctors called a "significant stroke" and massive cerebral hemorrhage. Sharon was sedated and is on a respirator. Media reports the Israeli leader was paralyzed in his lower body.

The government declared Sharon's authority had been transferred to Vice Premier Ehud Olmert.

 
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  Fat Bastard  
 
As I said in a previous post: http://www.shortnews.com/...

He should sue Coca Cola.
 
  by: kmazzawi     01/05/2006 01:11 AM     
  er..  
 
Title is redundant and sensationalist.

cerebral hemorrage = stroke, they aren't two different things.

The sensationalist bit is the "massive" term. The source said "significant" not "massive"

 
  by: Dedolito     01/05/2006 06:41 AM     
  I knew..  
 
something about that title wasn't quite right, but I couldn't quite figure it out..
 
  by: StarShadow     01/05/2006 07:37 AM     
  There are differences, Dedo...  
 
Otherwise all media reports wouldn´t speak of both. Stroke means a blood vessel becomes occluded and the blood supply to part of the brain is totally or partially blocked. Cerebral hemorrhage means that such a blood vessel in the brain ruptures and bleeds.
 
  by: BreakingNews     01/05/2006 04:39 PM     
  ???  
 
i just read in an article that he underwent 9 hours of surgery, had massive bleeding, in serious condition, and is now near death
 
  by: reeses1085   01/05/2006 05:29 PM     
  ...  
 
*dramatic voice*

Then again... really, we're all close to death. Aren't we? *mad scientist cackle*

Disregard. No relevance here.
 
  by: Dayron   01/05/2006 07:21 PM     
  :)  
 
I will keep some firecrackers ready for the good news.
 
  by: evox777   01/05/2006 08:19 PM     
  incorrect  
 
a cerebral hemorrhage is a type of stroke (hemorrhagic stroke to be precise), but not all strokes are cerebral hemorrhages

Kinda like how all squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares.

Sharon had a stroke. The stroke caused bleeding in his brain. He therefore had a hemorrhagic stroke. He did not have both a stoke and a cerebral hemorrhage.

As for "Otherwise all media reports wouldn´t speak of both. "

Let me scoff quietly to myself at your faith in the general media to get terminology in matters of medicine, science, or anything technical, correct.
 
  by: Dedolito     01/06/2006 01:06 AM     
 
 
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