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Brain Aneurysm

Also called: Aneurysm In Brain,

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It's highly unlikely that botulinum toxin (Botox is one common brand) could cause a transient ischemic attack (TIA). You don't say why you...
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That's a good (and very reasonable) question.I suggest you call your surgeon's office and ask the nurse or PA. Generally, whenever someone...
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Things like this you really don't want to mess around with or take any chances. I completely understand how terrified you must be of going...
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Emergency treatment for individuals with a ruptured cerebral aneurysm includes restoring deteriorating vital functions such as breathing and reducing...
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Very serious. The rupture of a brain aneurysm is dangerous. It involves bleeding in the brain or in the area surrounding the brain which causes an...
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Brain aneurysms may result from a congenital malformation (birth defect) of a blood vessel, high blood pressure which damages the blood vessels...
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Metallic coils are among the newer methods for permanent embolization. For instance, the Gugliemi Detachable Coil (GDC) is made specifically to...
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Endovascular treatment of brain aneurysm is a procedure whereby a catheter (tube) is inserted through the skin into a vessel and guided up to the...
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The onset of bleeding from a ruptured brain aneurysm is usually sudden and without warning. Sometimes, however, the individual may experience the...
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Brain aneurysms can occur at any age. Although they are more common in adults, they can and do occur in children.
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A brain aneurysm is an abnormal widening of an artery or vein in the brain. Brain aneurysms are caused by a weakness in the wall of an artery or vein...
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For those who survive an initial aneurysm rupture, blood vessel spasm, or vasospasm, may be the villain in causing continued brain damage...
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The headache associated with a leaking aneurysm is severe. Blood is very irritating to the brain and causes significant pain. Patients may describe...
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The brain gets its blood supply from arteries known as the Circle of Willis. It is located at the base of the brain and is a loop of arteries that...
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The diagnosis of brain aneurysm begins with a high index of suspicion by the health care provider. The history of the headache, an acute onset of the...
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