What is a Cerebral Aneurysm?

A cerebral aneurysm (sometimes called a Berry Aneurysm or Saccular Aneurysm) is a weak spot in an artery carrying blood to the brain, causing a bulge in the blood vessel, similar to that seen on an inner tube of a worn bicycle tyre.

 

Aneurysms tends to occur at the branch in the vessel, usually near the base of the brain, where the blood vessel (artery) lies in the fluid filled space surrounding the brain (called the subarachnoid space).

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