Brain Aneurysm Causes

>When you’re talking about cerebral
aneurysms or brain aneurysms explain to the viewers at home, what exactly is that?
>So a brain aneurysm don’t know if you can get the slides is a is a weak spot
in the vessel, and if you can get a slide show. So this is a normal vessel and you
can see here and you can see all this is basically instead of you know the normal
structure the Arctic imploded blown away but some pathological process and as a
result of course the wall of the artery is very weak and this bubble so to speak
and burst. In this case the spatial one-upper
bubble here with multiple other small dotter sacks we call and another
aneurysms in the bottom part so this patient in the same vessels of 200 ISM,
as you can imagine I mean these these are in that side the brain. so if this if
the wall of the artery is so weak then actually burst and blood will gush out
inside the brain with of course there was tearing consequences, you know death
in some cases, and then of course in order to fix and you can imagine you to
kind of rig reconstruct the all vessels to a normal function. So that this
reinforce it so to speak so that this thing doesn’t burst anymore or doesn’t
person emphasis.>So where exactly in the brain are you most likely to have an
aneurysm?>Most of them are in the in the front part of the brain is called
anterior circulation but I would say 15 20 percent rolls in the back of the
brain called posterior circulation, like in this case and they are particular
point more deadly because the back of the brain is very small so when you
bleed when patients bleed inside the small compartment and the consequences
are terrible but on but but brain aneurysm in the front part of the brain
are also also very deadly because the blood goes and and of course the brain
is continuing in a closed box which is the skull so you cannot really have too
much fluids coming in so whenever blood gushes in is like a it’s like an
explosion inside the brain for this patient.