What is a brain aneurysm? – Reston Hospital Center

What is a brain aneurysm? – Reston Hospital Center


brain aneurysm is a weakness in a major brain artery as I mentioned earlier we’re talking about hemorrhagic strokes that usually occurs because a weakness and very small are reasonable capillaries and so those are what I had what happens in the organs and in our bodies is you have the major artery leading to the organ and then as it goes deeper into the organ that divides into smaller and smaller branches and slow capillaries are the end the finest division of the blood vessels and that’s what becomes very fragile and ruptures and causes a hemorrhagic stroke aneurysms isn’t a weakness in that major artery and the big artery right as it enters our organ and and so what ends up happening is these things can develop and occasionally rupture and as you can imagine because it’s a major artery you can cause a huge or large amount of bleeding and patients can become very sick

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