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  1. The Brain Aneurysm by Robert Spetzler, 2006-12-12
  2. Brain, Heal Thyself: A Caregiver's New Approach to Recovery from Stroke, Aneurysm, And Traumatic Brain Injuries by Madonna Siles, M.D. Lawrence J. Beuret, 2006-06-30
  3. Aortic Aneurysms: Pathogenesis and Treatment (Contemporary Cardiology)
  4. Intracranial Vascular Malformations and Aneurysms: From Diagnostic Work-Up to Endovascular Therapy (Medical Radiology / Diagnostic Imaging)
  5. Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms:: New Approaches to Rupture Risk Assessment (Cardiology Research and Clinical Development Series)
  6. Aortic Aneurysms - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-08-31
  7. Aneurysm: Fire in the Brain by Donna G. Magee, 2009-04-03
  8. Medifocus Guidebook on: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm by Inc., 2010-03-25
  9. Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm: Genetics, Pathophysiology, and Molecular Biology (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences)
  10. Management of Cerebral Aneurysms by Peter Leroux, Winn, et all 2003-10-28
  11. Endovascular Treatment of Intracranial Aneurysms by James Byrne, Guido Guglielmi, 1998-01-15
  12. God's Funny That Way: Surviving A Brain Aneurysm; Anything After That Is A Walk In The Park by Lori Quaranta, 2008-08-05
  13. Current Endovascular Treatment of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms
  14. Cerebral Aneurysm - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-09-16

1. Aneurysm & AVM Support
aneurysm support for patients and family, read about the experiences of others who have suffered with Category Health Conditions and Diseases aneurysm...... The purpose of this aneurysm AVM Support site is not to echo data from many otherinformative Web pages, but instead, will be a place for survivors, their

Aneurysm Support Notices Arteriovenous Malformation Brain Aneurysm ... Planning Brain Surgery
Established 7 May 1995
Space for this site is provided as a public service by State University of West Georgia , Carrollton, GA 30118, a Division of the University System of Georgia. T N arratives may cover anything the author feels is pertinent to his/her aneurysm experience. Narratives describing symptoms prior to finding the aneurysm; diagnostic procedure(s) that elucidated the aneurysm; pre- and post- operative hospital experiences; patient/physician relationship and interactions; complications; recovery/rehabilitation experiences; grief management (particularly for those loosing a loved one); cost; etc., all can be instrumental in alleviating anxiety and facilitating healing. N arratives may be submitted via email or form . Narratives will be posted as received, without regard to grammar, or literary style. If editing, to insure accuracy of medical, or anatomical terms and concepts, is desirable, it will be implemented only with permission of the author.

Has articles, lecture texts and an aneurysm poster to download. Also read about certain aneurysm types, including cerebral and thoracic. The aneurysm Information Project. aneurysm Information Project Welcome new Jul 99. aneurysm FAQs. aneurysm Progress
The Aneurysm Information Project
  • Aneurysm Information Project Welcome - new Jul 99
  • Aneurysm FAQs
  • Aneurysm Progress (for friends of AIP) - new Apr 02
  • Aneurysm Etiology and Genes - new Apr 02 ...
  • Aneurysm Charitable Foundation (new Oct 2000)
  • Pointer to Columbia University click here
  • Pointer to St.Luke's/Roosevelt Hospital Center click here
  • Pointer to Columbia/Presbyterian Medical Center, CPMCnet click here
  • Pointer to National Library Medicine PUBMED (free medline) click here
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  • 3. Aneurysm - NIRVANA Unofficial Fansite
    Since 01/06/2000 NIRVANA unofficial fansite + Information + Discography + Bootography + Chronology + FAQ + Greatest Links + aneurysm BBS + Junkyard Last Update 03/10/03 Bootography updated Copyright(C)2002 aneurysm. All rights reserved
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    4. Cerebral Aneurysms
    Educational guide to the condition answers basic questions about diagnosis and treatment. Read about endovascular surgery options. What is an aneurysm? How do they develop?
    Cerebral Aneurysms
    John Pile-Spellman, M.D.
    Director of Interventional Neuroradiology
    Associate Professor of Radiology and Neurosurgery
    Columbia Univesity College of Physicians and Surgeons
    New York, New York
    Return to Cerebrovascular Center Homepage Other useful links:
    • 3-D Visualization of Brain Aneurysms by University of Iowa
    • What is an Aneurysm?
      An Aneurysm is a bulge in the blood vessel. They are relatively common and affect the larger arteries throughout the body. They can effect the blood vessels of the brain.
      How do they develop?
      It is not clear why a person develops a cerebral aneurysm. They are very uncommon in patients below 20 years of age and are increasingly common in older patients. In people over 65, they may be found in as high a 5% of the population. It appears they are related to an absence of a muscular layer that makes up part of the blood vessels that over time stretches and thins and creates the aneurysm. Smoking appears to markedly increase the chance that one will develop a cerebral aneurysm.
      What are the dangers?

    5. Aneurysm: Subclavian Aneurysm FAQ
    These seldom discussed aneurysms can be the result of trauma or disease.Category Health Conditions and Diseases aneurysm......Subclavian Artery aneurysm Frequently Asked Questions. 1. What is ananeurysm? An aneurysm Return to aneurysm AVM Support.
    Subclavian Artery Aneurysm: Frequently Asked Questions.
    1. What is an Aneurysm? An aneurysm is an abnormal dilation of a blood vessel. This involves all layers of the vessel wall. Aneurysms pose a risk to health due to their potential to rupture, thrombose or embolize. The most common blood vessels involved are the abdominal and thoracic aorta, and circle of Willis (brain). Aneurysms of the subclavian artery (under the clavicle) are uncommon, accounting for less than 1% of all peripheral aneurysms. 2. What are the causes of Aneurysm of the Subclavian Artery? The most common causes are arteriosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), thoracic outlet obstruction (a mechanical, poststenotic dilation), post-traumatic (i.e. gun-shot, blunt trauma), aberrant (malposition) right subclavian artery and miscellaneous. Rare causes include: syphilis, tuberculosis and abnormalities of the vessel wall (fibromuscular dysplasia). 3. What are the typical symptoms? In most cases an asymptomatic pulsatile mass is detected either above or below the clavicle (collar bone). Symptoms such as dysphagia (difficulty swallowing), stridor (difficulty breathing), chest pain, hoarseness, upper extremity fatigue, numbness/tingling and gangrene or ulceration of the fingers may develop with progressive enlargement of the aneurysm. These result from compression of adjacent structures (i.e. nerves, veins, trachea or esophagus), thromboembolism (blood clots breaking off from the wall of the aneurysm) or rupture into the soft tissues of the neck.

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    An intracerebral aneurysm is a small, thin walled outpouching or dilatationof one of the large blood vessels that supply the brain.

    7. Aneurysm
    aneurysm aneurysm. . aneurysm a sac formed by localized dilatation of an artery or vein
    Aneurysm: a sac formed by localized dilatation of an artery or vein Thoracic aortic aneurysm: In this disorder, the ascending, transverse, or descending part of the aorta widens abnormally. A dissecting aneurysm indicates a hemorrhagic separation in the aortic wall, usually within the medial layer. A saccular aneurysm describes an outpouching of the arterial wall, with a narrow neck. A fusiform aneurysm is a spindle shaped enlargement encompassing the entire aortic circumference. Thoracic aortic aneurysms are most common in men between ages 50 and 70. Some aneurysms progress to serious and eventually lethal complications. Cause: Usually this disorder occurs a s a consequence of atherosclerosis. Other possible causes include infection of the aortic arch and descending segments, congenital defects, trauma, and syphilis. Intimal tear in the ascending aorta as well as hypertension can initiate a dissecting aneurysm. Symptoms: Pain
    In a dissecting aneurysm, pain usually occurs suddenly, with a tearing or ripping sensation in the thorax or anterior chest. Pain may extend to the neck, shoulder, lower back, or abdomen but rarely reaches the jaw and arms. Temporary loss of consciousness (syncope)
    Shortness of breath
    Leg weakness
    Transient paralysis Effects of saccular or fusiform aneurysms varies according to the aneurysm's size and location and degree of compression, distortion, or erosion of surrounding structures.

    8. Brain Aneurysm Foundation - Home
    A nonprofit organization located in Boston, whose mission is to provide support networks and educational Category Health Conditions and Diseases aneurysm......Brain aneurysm Foundation, Search this site. 2003Brain aneurysm/AVM Support Group Meetings,
    Search this site
    2003 Brain Aneurysm/AVM Support Group Meetings

    Thank you for taking the time to visit our site.
    We hope you find the information you are searching for, the support you need, and discover
    the many resources our site has to offer. Good luck on your journey...
    Learn about brain aneurysms, treatment options, strategies for dealing with this difficult time, and what to expect during your recovery. Survivors
    Read about recovery and what to expect after treatment, share your story with other survivors, and learn how you can help. Get Involved
    Donate! Volunteer! Subscribe to our newsletter! Each option will help people with brain aneurysms. About the BAF
    Learn more about our mission, who makes up the medical advisory board, what we publish, and how to contact us. FAQ
    Find quick facts and
    common questions. DarwinFX

    9. Austin Heart - Aneurysm
    Search results from 9 different search engines. The aneurysm Center HeartCenterOnline
    ANEURYSM Aortic Aneurysm
    An aneurysm is the "ballooning" of an artery caused by the weakening of the arterial wall. Apart from occasional low back pain, an aneurysm in the abdominal aorta usually causes no symptoms. However, large aneurysms can burst without warning, causing internal bleeding and usually ending in death. Fortunately, aneurysms can be treated surgically before rupture occurs. DIAGNOSIS OF AN ANEURYSM Your doctor may first suspect that you have an aneurysm while conducting a routine physical examination or while you are hospitalized for another problem. To confirm the diagnosis, a complete physical exam and special tests are necessary. History and Physical Exam
    CT Scan
    A large aneurysm in the abdomen is particularly dangerous, since it can burst at any time. The majority of large aneurysms rupture within one or two years. Surgery is necessary to correct the problem before rupture occurs. Surgery
    After Surgery

    10. Brain Aneurysm Foundation ~ Brain Aneurysm Basics
    Brain aneurysm Foundation, Search this site. Brain aneurysm Basics Beingdiagnosed with a brain aneurysm is frightening. Having survived
    Search this site
    Brain Aneurysm Basics
    B eing diagnosed with a brain aneurysm is frightening. Having survived a ruptured aneurysm is a very difficult experience to have gone through and can be extremely unsettling. Gathering information about your condition can help ease this fear, help begin the healing process, and help bring a sense of comfort and support during a trying time.
    Take the first step by reading the information below. Then, follow the links to learn more.
    What is a brain aneurysm?
    A brain aneurysm is a weak bulging spot on the wall of a brain artery very much like a thin balloon or weak spot on an inner tube. Aneurysms form silently from wear and tear on the arteries, and sometimes can form from injury, infection, or inherited tendency.
    What are the two types of aneurysms?
    Most common type of aneurysm
    Also known as a “berry” aneurysm because of its shape
    Has a neck and stem Less common type of aneurysm
    An outpouching of an arterial wall on both sides of the artery Does not have a stem To learn more about Brain Aneurysm Basics, please click on the following links...

    11. NINDS Cerebral Aneurysm Information Page
    Information page compiled by NINDS, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.Category Health Conditions and Diseases aneurysm......Cerebral aneurysm information page compiled by the National Institute of NeurologicalDisorders and Stroke (NINDS). More about Cerebral aneurysm,
    National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Accessible version Science for the Brain The nation's leading supporter of biomedical research on disorders of the brain and nervous system Browse all disorders Browse all health
    More about
    Cerebral Aneurysm
    Studies with patients Research literature Press releases
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    National Institutes of

    NINDS Cerebral Aneurysm Information Page
    Aneurysm, Brain Aneurysm
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    Table of Contents (click to jump to sections) What is Cerebral Aneurysm?
    Is there any treatment?
    What is the prognosis? What research is being done? ... Additional resources from MEDLINEplus What is Cerebral Aneurysm? A cerebral aneurysm is the dilation, bulging or ballooning out of part of the wall of a vein or artery in the brain. The disorder may result from congenital defects or from other conditions such as high blood pressure, atherosclerosis (the build-up of fatty deposits in the arteries), or head trauma. Cerebral aneurysms can occur at any age, although they are more common in adults than in children and are slightly more common in women than in men. The signs and symptoms of an unruptured cerebral aneurysm will partly depend on its size and rate of growth. For example, a small, unchanging aneurysm will generally produce no symptoms, whereas a larger aneurysm that is steadily growing may produce symptoms such as loss of feeling in the face or problems with the eyes. Immediately before an aneurysm ruptures, an individual may experience such symptoms as a sudden and usually severe headache, nausea, vision impairment, vomiting, and loss of consciousness. Rupture of a cerebral aneurysm usually results in bleeding in the brain, causing a

    12. Brain Aneurysm Index From Wake Forest Neurosurgery
    The index of internet resources on Brain aneurysms and Subarachnoid Hemorrhage from the Department Category Health Conditions and Diseases aneurysm...... Neurosurgery. Brain aneurysm / Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Index Departmentof Neurosurgery Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
    Brain Aneurysm / Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Index
    Department of Neurosurgery

    Wake Forest University School of Medicine Neurosurgeons/Referrals AVMs Stroke Rehabilitation ... Interventional Neuroradiology
    Links to information on brain aneurysms and subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH):

    13. Aneurysm Outreach A Non Profit Organization
    aneurysm Outreach Inc., a nonprofit organization, is dedicated to mobilizingpeople and resources to eradicate aneurysms. aneurysm Outreach Inc.
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    Aneurysm Outreach Inc.
    Established: September 14, 1999

    Aneurysm Outreach Inc., a non-profit organization, is dedicated to mobilizing people and resources to eradicate aneurysms.
    Our primary goals are to promote public awareness about the threat of aneurysms, especially the fact that certain families have a predisposition toward their occurrence, to stimulate and fund genetic research through advocacy and
    and to coordinate a support network for those affected or at risk and their families.
    WEB-SITE GUIDE Click Here - Pick a Page and Then Home Page Health Alert Aneurysm Outreach Inc. News Aneurysm Outreach Inc. Events Aneurysm Related World News Connections/Partnerships Contributors Outreach Focus Areas Frequently Asked Questions Shared Aneurysm Experiences Show Your Support Guest Registry Research/Support Questionnaire Contact Us
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    This web site is intended to provide basic information about aneurysms to the general public. It is not intended to, nor does it, constitute medical advice.

    14. 3-D Visualization Of Brain Aneurysm
    by Susanne Shamsolkottabi, Yutaka Sato, MD and Eric Hoffman, Ph.D. at the Universityof Iowa. aneurysm Visualization Overview. Patient Scan Protocol.
    3-D Visualization of
    Brain Aneurysms
    by Susanne Shamsolkottabi, Yutaka Sato, M.D.
    and Eric Hoffman, Ph.D. at the University of Iowa
    Aneurysm Visualization Overview
    Patient Scan Protocol
    Image Display and Analysis Protocol
    Case Studies of Brain Aneurysms
    Examples in the Literature
    Aortic Aneurysms, 3-D Visualization of Miscellaneous Aneurysms
    Outside web sites on Aneurysms
    Submitting Protocols of Your Own
    Aneurysms Tutorials DPI Homepage VIDA ... Search
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    15. Case Studies
    Studies include radiological images and some mpeg movies. From the Department of Radiology, University Category Health Medicine Surgery Cardiothoracic......Case Studies of Aortic aneurysm and Dissection. Abdominal Aortic aneurysmnear Renal Arteries. Large Saccular Abdominal Aortic aneurysm (AAA).
    Case Studies of Aortic Aneurysm and Dissection
    Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm near Renal Arteries
    The patient has a large abdominal aortic aneurysm near the renal arteries and intraperitoneal spread of colon cancer.
    Large Saccular AAA near iliac arteries
    The patient has a large saccular abdominal aortic aneurysm , peripheral vascular disease, and severe atherosclerotic coronary artery.
    Large Saccular Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA)
    Patient has a large (10cm diameter) saccular abdominal aortic aneurysm with some involvement of the common iliac arteries.
    Long Fusiform Arteriosclerotic AAA
    Patient has fusiform arteriosclerotic abdominal aortic aneurysm extending from above the renal arteries to the common iliac arteries.
    Dissecting Aorta
    Patient has a type III dissecting aorta involving the entire descending aorta.
    Thoraic Aneursym
    The patient has a large 9.5 cm thoracic aneursym.
    Large Saccular Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA)
    Patient has a 5.2cm diameter saccular abdominal aortic aneurysm with some involvement of the common iliac arteries.

    Tutorials DPI Homepage VIDA ... Search
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    17. Aortic Aneurysm
    Links to related sites.Category Health Conditions and Diseases aneurysm......Aortic aneurysm. Back to previous level Aortic aneurysm, Abdominal SearchPUBMED for Aortic aneurysm, Abdominal All Review Therapy Diagnosis;
    Aortic Aneurysm
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    18. Aneurysm
    aneurysm. Back to previous level aneurysm, Dissecting Search PUBMED for aneurysm,Dissecting All Review Therapy Diagnosis; Aortic aneurysm Med. Coll.
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    19. Aneurysm Homepage
    Translate this page aneurysm Homepage. Página oficial da banda maringaense aneurysm!!! -novo!!! download de mp3 da banda - breve fotos de locais de shows.
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    Página oficial da banda maringaense Aneurysm!!! - novo!!! download de mp3 da banda - breve fotos de locais de shows
    Esta é a página oficial da banda maringaense Aneurysm, criada em 1997, e que dedica-se a covers de bandas clássicas da história do rock'n'roll, como NIRVANA (principalmente e é de onde foi extraído o nome da banda), DEEP PURPLE e BLACK SABBATH, entre outras.
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    20. AVM & Aneurysm & Brain Injury Information
    A personal site neurologists, neurosurgeons, medications, and support information.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Congenital Anomalies...... It is dedicated to those patients with a congenital birth defect called an AVM (ArteriovenousMalformation) as well as all of the aneurysm patients throughout
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    March 2003 The author of this site does not endorse nor have control over the content of the pop-up Angelfire banners. AVM/Aneurysm Information
    October is Brain Injury Awareness Month
    Candy's Home Page
    The Brain Map Seizure Disorders Neuropsychological Assessments ... The following are important articles written by surgeons, radiologists, and radiosurgeons throughout the world on the latest developments and procedures for AVM's. Anesthesia-Related Considerations for Cerebral Arteriovenous Malformations Decision Analysis for Small, Asymptomatic Intracranial Arteriovenous Malformations Grading and Surgical Planning for Intracranial Arteriovenous Malformations Preoperative Silk Suture Embolization of Cerebral and Dural Arteriovenous Malformations This page is dedicated to my cyber friends who support our group so willingly. It is dedicated to those patients with a congenital birth defect called an AVM (Arteriovenous Malformation) as well as all of the aneurysm patients throughout the world. Amazingly, there are only approximately 3 out of 10,000 of the population born with an AVM (.03%). I have included hyperlinks on information available on the web including an Aneurysm and AVM Support Page, information on AVM's, Aneurysms, Strokes, Brain Surgery and more. Aneurysm and AVM Support Page This site is provided as a public service by the University of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA, 30118, a Division of the University System of Georgia. This has probably been the most important site to aid, assist, and contact those with similar situations. I have met many people throughout the world on this site and thank Bill Maples for coordination of such an important site as this.

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