Risk Factors of Aneurysm




Smoking, gender, age, high blood pressure and medical history are the most common risk factors of aneurysm. Dr. Athanassios Tsoukas, Vascular Surgeon with Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, explains men are more prone to suffer aneurysm. He also talks about why genetic can be a very important risk factor, too.

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