Brain Aneurysm

A brain aneurysm is a weak area on the wall of a blood vessel in the brain. Over time, this weakened area bulges or balloons out. Aneurysms can occasionally rupture and cause bleeding in or around the brain (hemorrhagic stroke). Most brain aneurysms, however, don’t rupture, create health problems or cause symptoms. They are often detected during tests for other conditions.

With early detection through MRIs, our specialists can find and apply lifesaving surgical or endovascular strategies to treat an aneurysm before it bursts. If a leak or rupture does occur, it is a life-threatening condition and requires prompt medical treatment.

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