RESEARCH PROJECT - Have you had a stroke? Do you have trouble moving your arm? We are looking for people who have had a stroke to participate in research involving a home based rehabilitation programme of constraint induced movement therapy. To find out more please contact: Claire on 023 8059 5305 | C.Meagher@soton.ac.uk Sebastien on 023 8059 4840 | Sebastien.Pollet@soton.ac.uk University of Southampton
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Hemorrhagic strokes occur when a blood vessel that supplies the brain ruptures and bleeds. When an artery bleeds into the brain, brain cells and tissues do not receive oxygen and nutrients. In addition, pressure builds up in surrounding tissues and irritation and swelling occur. About 13 percent of strokes are caused by hemorrhage. Hemorrhagic strokes are divided into two main categories, including the following: