Surgery may be needed to treat an individual who experiences a hemorrhagic stroke to stop the bleeding in their brain tissues and repair the ruptured blood vessel. After the bleeding has been managed, the patient may require surgery to permanently close the damaged vessel and or repair other tissues that were damaged. Surgery may be done between forty-eight and seventy-two hours following the hemorrhagic stroke if the patient is stable, or it may be delayed by a couple of weeks if they are not. A patient might need surgery to locate and clamp the weakened blood vessel if an aneurysm caused their hemorrhagic stroke. If a hemorrhagic stroke was precipitated from an untreated arteriovenous malformation, patients might need surgery to treat it to prevent another stroke. A surgical procedure may be required if the pressure in the individual's brain is unable to be relieved by other means, and surgical entry into the skull is the only option.
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