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A collection of blood leaking outside of a blood vessel into the tissues surrounding it. This is most commonly caused from a rupture, or break, in the wall of a blood vessel, either from direct trauma to it or deformities in the vessel itself.

The most common cases of hematoma occur in the brain, such as asubdural hematoma and subarachnoid hematoma.

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