Prevalence of Brain Aneurysms




Brain aneurysms are not common, but they are not rare as well, affirms Dr. Guilherme Dabus, Director of the Interventional Neuroradiology Fellowship Program with Baptist Health Neuroscience Center.

He says most of people will never know that they have it, because aneurysms do not cause any problem. The problem depends on its size and location.

Aneurysms need to be treated, because they’re not going away by themselves. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
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