A Brain Aneurysm refers to a weak spot on any of the blood vessels found within the brain. When blood flows through this section of the vessel, it is pushed outwards, leading to the formation of a tiny bulge. Aneurysms can sometimes rupture or burst, leading to subarachnoid Haemorrhage (SAH).
Brain Aneurysms are more likely to be found in adults as compared to children and usually affect females. A person can have either one aneurysm or multiple aneurysms at the same time.
What are the different types of Brain Aneurysms?
What are the indications of a Brain Aneurysm?
The symptoms of a Brain Aneurysm are silent and these become evident when the aneurysm ruptures. Common symptoms that suggest that a person has a ruptured Aneurysm include:
Although the symptoms of Brain Aneurysms are usually silent, they can result in a life-threatening brain bleed, which calls for the need for immediate medical care.
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