bleed from (somewhere)

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bleed from (somewhere)

To lose blood from an injured part of the body. After the car accident, the driver was dazed and bleeding from the head. The patient is bleeding from the abdomen—he needs surgery right away.
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bleed from something

for blood to emerge from a wound or other source. He was bleeding from a number of wounds. He bled from his mouth and nose.
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Its symptoms include frequent nosebleeds, gum bleeds, unexplained and excessive bleeding from cuts or injuries or after surgery or dental work, large or deep bruises, or unusual bleeding after vaccinations.
'The risk of bleeding from aspirin is likely to differ between groups of people.
Unusual complication after left-lobe liver biopsy for diffuse liver disease: severe bleeding from the superior epigastric artery.
Conclusions: Bleeding from genital tract occurring after menopause is much more sinister than premenopausal bleeding.
In severe cases of diabetic retinopathy like advanced diabetic eye disease with thick and multiple layers of proliferative tissues, repeated bleeding from multiple sites may make the operation lengthy and tedious.
Of these, 85.3% (237/278) reported bleeding from the mouth while brushing their teeth, 20.5% (57/278) spontaneously from the gums, 11.2% (31/278) from lip or tongue bites, and 1.8% (5/278) from tooth eruption.
The primary aim of this study was to assess whether Hemospray application resulted in successful bleeding treatment (short-term and long-term hemostasis) with stop of bleeding from the causal lesion at least for 5 minutes under direct visual endoscopic observation.
Evaluation of the effectiveness of methods of endoscopic treatment of bleeding from the duodenal mucosa.
(5) (2010) observed that bleeding patterns seen in individuals with hemophilia vary with age; 15 initial bleeding episodes among neonates with severe hemophilia include prolonged bleeding from circumcision and head or intracranial bleeding; 15 infants between 1 and 6 months of age may experience soft tissue bleeding or bruising.
One patient (1.2%) underwent urgent surgery on the first day because of active incontrollable bleeding from colonic diverticulum, and 10/86 (11.6) patients were operated on for malignancy within the elective program.
Regular dental care is necessary to avoid the risk of bleeding from inflamed gums.
A nine year old male child born out of a consanguineous marriage was admitted for evaluation of recurrent episodes of bleeding from nose from four years.
Bleedings can be in the form of hematemesis, melena, and fresh bleeding from the rectum.