cerebral aneurysm

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an aneurysm of the carotid artery

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This report presents a 44-year-old female patient suffering from multiple cerebral aneurysm disease, who was urgently treated after rupture by both endovascular (for multiple aneurysms) and surgical (for acute subdural hematoma) approach in the same act under general anesthesia, which resulted in complete recovery of the patient.
Blood flow dynamics and fluid- structure interaction in patient-specific bifurcating cerebral aneurysms.
Similarly, more than 150,000 cerebral aneurysm embolization procedures are performed worldwide each year using coils and flow-diverting vascular stents.
simulation of fluid-structured interaction in cerebral aneurysms based on patient specific lesion geometry with emphasis on wall tension.
The sea anchor technique: a novel method to aid in stent-assisted embolization of giant cerebral aneurysms.
Women have been shown to be more likely to develop a cerebral aneurysms after the age of 40 years, and aneurysms are most likely to rupture between the ages of 50 and 59 years.
To take this one step further, therapies that mitigate the effects of low estrogen level and fluctuations may decrease the risk for cerebral aneurysms," Dr.
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.
1995) while amongst the Taiwanese, cerebral aneurysms are located in the distributions of the MCA in about a fifth (19.
I always get them mixed up as well: boyfriends, cerebral aneurysms.
BRAIN aneurysms, also known as cerebral aneurysms, can occur anywhere in the brain.
Charles Kerber, University of California San Diego, has reported at the American Society of Neuroradiology Conference in New Orleans the early results on the use of a new technology, Neucrylate(TM), to treat cerebral aneurysms.
Burst cerebral aneurysms account for a quarter of cerebrovascular deaths, and can cause significant disability among those who survive.
Organized by organ system, topics of the 92 chapters include asthma, myocardial infarction, meningitis, catheter-related infections, renal failure, acute pancreatitis, stroke and cerebral aneurysms, burns, anaphylaxis, pain management, sedation, and anxiety in the ICU.
Conclusions: Angio CT is a useful diagnostic method to diagnose cerebral aneurysms in our institution.