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cerebral aneurysm

An aneurysm is a sac that develops on an artery in the brain. When the walls of an artery are weakened, the blood flow through the artery can cause the weak spot to expand and fill with blood, further thinning the arterial wall. This is an aneurysm.


Symptoms may include:


Causes may include:


Treatment may include:

  • medication
  • microsurgery
  • endovascular coiling

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