Subarachnoid Hemorrhage, what it is and the symptoms that can be expected from this brain injury.
Subarachnoid hemorrhage includes the area between the dura and the brain. This type of injury is usually not a brain injury, but can cause symptoms like headaches, and vomiting. This type of injury is the most common from an auto or pedestrian accident. Since the brain is not damaged, and the bleeding can easily be absorbed in the body, generally the condition improves on its own. However, proper diagnosis is important. Misdiagnosis or failure to observe a more serious injury can be dangerous.