Cerebral aneurysm

What is Cerebral aneurysm?

Cerebral aneurysm is a vascular disorder characterised by dilatation of the cerebral vessels. Aneurysm are common in the region of circle of Willis and it can rupture leading to cerebral hemorrhage.

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I have recently been diagnosed with a very small (2mm), cerebral aneurysm. I had been battling extreme symptoms of loss of balance and...

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There is no likely connection between the itchy bumps over your body and the discovery of the small 2 mm. aneurysm.

You may be suffering...

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I have a blocked off right-hand carotid artery - it's not "blocked" in the way that heart arteries become blocked with plaque. It's thought to have...

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Hello thanks for posting here.
A previously placed coil in a cerebral artery to migrate into the carotid artery is very rare and unusual, because...

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