cerebral aneurysm

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an aneurysm of the carotid artery

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According to the Brain Aneurysm Foundation, aneurysms are responsible for nearly 500,000 deaths each year worldwide.
A study has suggested taking HRT or the contraceptive Pill could help prevent brain aneurysms occurring.
Significant milestone for innovative device designed to treat brain aneurysms -
Industry sources estimate that one in 15 people in the United States will develop a brain aneurysm this year, and 10 percent to 15 percent of those patients will die before reaching a hospital.
After the ER team performed a scan and discovered a brain aneurysm, she was immediately rushed into surgery with a poor prognosis for survival.
She is recovering from several brain surgeries after the discovery of a brain aneurysm when she was eight months pregnant.
made to the ``Indiana Jones Adventure'' following a woman's death from a ruptured brain aneurysm, which her family contends was triggered by the Disneyland attraction that she rode on her honeymoon.
The author's good friend experienced a near-fatal brain aneurysm and recovered: her title blends memoir and medical insights and will appeal to any caregiver who wants a blend of 'how to' and biography.
Woodson Institute for Afro-American and African Studies and directed it until 1995, when a fatal brain aneurysm cut short a promising career.
Birmingham City's managing director Karren Brady was yesterday discharged from hospital after an operation on a brain aneurysm.
In the last decade, some physicians have adopted a method in which they insert a sheathed platinum wire into a groin blood vessel and thread it up to a brain aneurysm.
A Mayo Clinic research team reports that people with key variations in a gene that affects the ability of blood vessels to relax are ten times more likely to suffer a stroke from a ruptured brain aneurysm than people who have aneurysms but lack these key genetic variations.
A brain aneurysm, also called an intracranial or cerebral aneurysm, is an abnormal weakening of an artery in the brain that causes a ballooning of the vessel wall.
businessman and brief co-owner of the Denver Nuggets, passed away earlier this fall of a brain aneurysm.