cerebral aneurysm

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an aneurysm of the carotid artery

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Endovascular Cerebral Aneurysm Repair Market Report is an exclusive update to the recently changed global landscape of this market.
Washington, May 05 (ANI): A research has revealed that women who develop cerebral aneurysms are less likely to have taken the oral contraceptive pill or hormone replacement therapy, suggesting taking oestrogen could have a protective effect.
Women with cerebral aneurysms were less likely to have used oral contraceptives or hormone replacement therapy in their lifetime than controls, according to the results of a retrospective case-control study of 60 women with aneurysms.
I always get them mixed up as well: boyfriends, cerebral aneurysms.
Coil Embolization is a procedure used to occlude the cerebral aneurysm, preventing its rupture.
Alexander underwent emergency brain surgery after suffering a double cerebral aneurysm in November but is now close to a return.
The 45-year-old collapsed at his home last month and had been recovering at Sheffield's Royal Hallamshire Hospital from a complex operation to repair a ruptured cerebral aneurysm - the swelling of a blood vessel.
Certainly, if you have a cerebral aneurysm, it could rupture at any time, so this case could have been a coincidence,'' said Neil Martin, a neurosurgeon at UCLA Medical Center.
O'Brien D, O'Dell MW, Eversol A: Delayed traumatic cerebral aneurysm after brain injury.
It has emerged that Hindley is suffering from a cerebral aneurysm, caused by an artery swelling up at the base of the brain.
Later, the doctor reveals she has a cerebral aneurysm and needs an immediate operation - but Rodney is concerned by her dismissive reaction to the news.
Valor Medical's Neucrylate AN is injected into the cerebral aneurysm through a micro-infusion catheter that is first inserted in the femoral artery.
A decision analysis model suggested clipping of an unruptured ICA in the presence of symptomatic carotid artery stenosis only if the unruptured cerebral aneurysm is the source of the transient ischemic attack.
In Japan, approximately 35,000 people undergo surgery for treatment of cerebral aneurysm each year.
Patients who undergo surgical clipping for a ruptured cerebral aneurysm have greater long-term mortality rates than previously believed, according to findings presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons.