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INTRACRANIAL ANEURYSM By Jose Briceno
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The three main theories for the development of intracranial aneurysms are: blood-born factors, genetic factors, and vascular wall problems. This review will focus on vascular wall problems,... More > predominantly structural abnormalities. After reviewing the vessel structure and extracellular matrix, various regulating factors will be studied, along with their respective promoters and inhibitors. This review will benefit both patients and professionals and wil lead to a greater understanding of an aneurysm's origin, allowing for the development of therapeutic treatments designed to prevent and treat ICAs.< Less
INTRACRANIAL ANEURYSM By Jose Briceno
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The three main theories for the development of intracranial aneurysms are: blood-born factors, genetic factors, and vascular wall problems. This review will focus on vascular wall problems,... More > predominantly structural abnormalities. After reviewing the vessel structure and extracellular matrix, various regulating factors will be studied, along with their respective promoters and inhibitors. This review will benefit both patients and professionals and wil lead to a greater understanding of an aneurysm's origin, allowing for the development of therapeutic treatments designed to prevent and treat ICAs.< Less
Aortic Aneurysm With Treatment and Prevention By Dr.Pratap Jena
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An Aortic aneurysm is an expansion (expansion) to grow from a normal size of 1.5 times the aorta. Generally there is no symptom other than breaking. Sometimes there may be stomach, back or leg... More > pain.They are usually located in the stomach's aorta, but thoracic may also be located in the aorta. The aortic aneurysm causes the weakness of the aorta wall and increases the risk of aortic breakdown. When there is a breakdown, the consequences of internal bleeding on a large scale and, as far as treatment is not done, there can be shock and death.Screening with ultrasound is indicated in high-risk people, prevention is caused by smoking factors such as smoking factors, and treatment is either open or endovascular surgery. As a result of the aortic aneurysms around the world in 2013, there were approximately 152,000 deaths worldwide, which was 100,000 in 1990.< Less
Ruptured Cerebral Aneurysm: Fire in the Brain By Donna Magee
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Fire in the Brain is the story of a survivor of a ruptured cerebral aneurysm; a voyage spanning 4 years after her head 'exploded'. The complications and latent damages one must endure to survive are... More > vividly recounted by the author.< Less
MODELING OF BLOOD AND ARTERIAL PROPERTIES WITHIN A CEREBRAL ANEURYSM By Emily L. Potok
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An estimated one in fifty (2%) people in the United States have an unruptured cerebral aneurysm. In this paper, general physics equations and principles will be applied to model physical parameters... More > associated with the arterial location of a cerebral aneurysm. The models will consider physical changes in and around the cerebral aneurysm that could potentially lead to rupture or expansion. Based on the results, the general physics principles will be related back to real world clinical examples of cerebral aneurysms. Numerical modeling results based on general physics principles will be presented and discussed.< Less
Variation in the Care of Surgical Conditions: Cerebral Aneurysms By The Dartmouth Atlas Working Group
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This report focuses on the common and potentially dangerous medical condition of cerebral aneurysms. There is considerable regional variation in the United States in the treatment of ruptured and... More > unruptured cerebral aneurysms, suggesting that patients do not always receive the most optimal treatment, which has implications for both quality and cost. The report concludes that patients who receive a new diagnosis of cerebral aneurysm (especially unruptured) face a difficult road to informed decision-making.< Less
Complete Medical Guide and Prevention for Heart Disease: Volume III; Aneurysm By Peter Anderson
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Cardiopathy, commonly known as cardiac disease or heart disease, is an hyponym for a various diseases affecting the heart. Since 2007, it is one of the major cause of death in the United States,... More > Canada and some European countries such as England and Wales, representing about 25.4% of the total deaths in the United States. A regular electrical system and pumping capabilities of heart can be interrupted by heart disease. Diseases and statuses of the heart's muscle cause a heart difficult to work properly. Complete Medical Guide For Heart Diseases Volume IV; Arrhythmia provides you main concepts and information about heart diseases such as cause of diseases, treatment, prevention and how to live with disease. All data were analyzed and proved by medical professionals from National Health Institute. You will understand more about heart diseases when you finish reading this book.< Less
Changing Landscapes—My New Normal:A True Story of Struggle and Adjustment after Surviving a Ruptured Aneurysm By Sarah Krenk
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Early in 2012, Sarah Celio Krenk’s life changed forever. Prior to that point, she and her husband, Dan, had a good and happy life; she was the director of a life skills program serving people... More > with emotional and developmental difficulties. On March 11, 2012, she suffered a ruptured aneurysm that almost claimed her life. She was rushed to the hospital. In their attempt to save her life, doctors rushed a surgical procedure called coiling. The effects were unpredictable—and disastrous. During surgery Sarah suffered from a cerebellar stroke, another life-threatening medical emergency. She survived, but the effects on her health and quality of life were devastating. In this personal narrative, Sarah tells her story and reflects on the challenges, frustrations, and joyful victories she experienced as she navigated the tidal waves of recovering from not one, but two life-threatening traumatic brain injuries. Let her story of strength and determination inspire you to your own greatness.< Less
Changing Landscapes—My New Normal:A True Story of Struggle and Adjustment after Surviving a Ruptured Aneurysm By Sarah Krenk
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Early in 2012, Sarah Celio Krenk’s life changed forever. Prior to that point, she and her husband, Dan, had a good and happy life; she was the director of a life skills program serving people... More > with emotional and developmental difficulties. On March 11, 2012, she suffered a ruptured aneurysm that almost claimed her life. She was rushed to the hospital. In their attempt to save her life, doctors rushed a surgical procedure called coiling. The effects were unpredictable—and disastrous. During surgery Sarah suffered from a cerebellar stroke, another life-threatening medical emergency. She survived, but the effects on her health and quality of life were devastating. In this personal narrative, Sarah tells her story and reflects on the challenges, frustrations, and joyful victories she experienced as she navigated the tidal waves of recovering from not one, but two life-threatening traumatic brain injuries. Let her story of strength and determination inspire you to your own greatness.< Less
Changing Landscapes—My New Normal: A True Story of Struggle and Adjustment After Surviving a Ruptured Aneurysm By Sarah Krenk
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Early in 2012, Sarah Celio Krenk’s life changed forever. Prior to that point, she and her husband, Dan, had a good and happy life; she was the director of a life skills program serving people... More > with emotional and developmental difficulties. On March 11, 2012, she suffered a ruptured aneurysm that almost claimed her life. She was rushed to the hospital. In their attempt to save her life, doctors rushed a surgical procedure called coiling. The effects were unpredictable—and disastrous. During surgery Sarah suffered from a cerebellar stroke, another life-threatening medical emergency. She survived, but the effects on her health and quality of life were devastating. In this personal narrative, Sarah tells her story and reflects on the challenges, frustrations, and joyful victories she experienced as she navigated the tidal waves of recovering from not one, but two life-threatening traumatic brain injuries. Let her story of strength and determination inspire you to your own greatness.< Less

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