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An aneurysm is a bulge in the wall of the artery that has become weak and stretched. This can be caused by vascular disease, such as atherosclerosis, or may be present from birth. Aneurysms are often found when a person has a physical exam, because they are unable to produce symptoms. If you have an aneurysm on your brain’s blood vessel, it cannot be treated with angioplasty because this procedure only applies to blockages in arteries that supply blood flow to other organs such as the heart and kidneys.
The best treatment for an aneurysm is to seal the artery so that it does not rupture. This procedure can be done with either surgery or a catheter based on your location and general health. Treatment options are also dependent upon whether you have symptoms from bleeding inside of the brain, such as paralysis or seizures.
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– An aneurysm is a bulge in the wall of the artery that has become weak and stretched
– The best treatment for this type of issue is sealing off blood flow through the weakened area – Sealing may be accomplished through open heart surgery or with a catheter inserted through the groin, up into the
main artery in your neck and threaded to your brain.
– The procedure is dependent upon symptoms from bleeding inside of the brain; surgery may be recommended for those with paralysing or seizure issues.
– Symptoms such as paralysis are indicative of an aneurysm rupture which will result in emergency treatment needed – if you have any questions about this, please call our hotline at (88) 123 4567.
– If you have any questions about this, please call our hotline at (88) 123 4567.
– Ask your doctor if they would recommend open heart surgery or a catheter insertion to seal the weakened area of aneurysm.
The procedure is dependent upon symptoms from bleeding inside of the brain – for those with paralysis and seizure issues, emergency treatment may be needed; paralysing and seizures are indicative of an aneurysm rupture which will result in emergency care being necessary. Open heart surgery or a catheter inserted through the groin up into the arteries supplying blood to the brain may be recommended by doctors in this scenario as well as other scenarios where treatment is required such as leakage. Other situations that may be indicative of this are: localized head pain, blurry vision and seeing flashing lights.
– If symptoms persist or worsen after a few months following the rupture – at that point you may need surgery to fix your ruptured aneurysm because it will not heal on its own.
Open heart surgery is one option for fixing such as leakages through the groin up into brain arteries supplying blood. Catheter insertion techniques into other areas of the body can also be used but if these methods fail then open heart surgery would have to take place in order to repair any internal damage from leakage due to burst aneurysms. However, there are only certain cases where doctors recommend such invasive treatment options and typically they require a high level of blood pressure in order to sustain any such surgical procedure.
– The degree of risk is also dependant on the type and location of your aneurysm as well as other health factors.
The rupture or leakages from these burst aneurysms can be fatal depending on its size, how much brain tissue it spills into along with what area of body vessels are affected by that such leakage. Typically, if there is a high level of leaking then surgery would need to take place in order to fix the problem before further complications set in for serious outcomes. However, this does not rule out alternative treatments like medication and strict dietary restrictions which could help manage symptoms until they resolve themselves without requiring emergency intervention procedures. But often times, these warnings signs are vague and difficult to detect or identify.
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