Brain Aneurysm Surgery – Middle Cerebral Artery Aneurysm
Brain aneurysms are potentially devastating entities. Around 1-2% of people in the general population harbour one or more aneurysm(s), completely unaware. Fortunately, most brain aneurysms don’t cause a problem. Some, however, do, and the biggest problem associated with these is rupture, referred to as “subarachnoid hemorrhage”. Most are treated endovascularly, some (particularly middle cerebral artery aneurysms) are best treated microsurgically.
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