Brain Aneurysms and Hemorrhage
Our cerebrovascular neurosurgeons, stroke neurologists, and interventional neuroradiologists diagnose and treat the entire spectrum of hemorrhagic stroke including subarachnoid hemorrhage due to brain aneurysm and vascular malformations.
Brain aneurysms are a weakness in an artery wall or blood vessel that provides blood to the brain. As the artery wall weakens, possibly due to disease, injury or a birth defect, it begins to bulge and stretch, much like a balloon. The resulting thinned wall can rupture, causing bleeding inside the skull cavity resulting in severe headache and potentially life-threatening increase in pressure.
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