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Like most organs, the brain houses a complex network of veins and arteries that bring blood to its many sections and glands. A result of high blood pressure, head trauma or congenital defects, a cerebral aneurysm takes place when a wall of a vein or artery in the brain swells or bulges. Patients may display no symptoms of a small aneurysm, but a larger aneurysm will produce loss of feeling in the face and eye problems.

A cerebral aneurysm may rupture, depending upon its size and growth rate. When a cerebral aneurysm ruptures, the patient may experience severe headache, impaired vision, nausea and loss of consciousness. Generally, a ruptured cerebral aneurysm causes bleeding within the brain and can lead to blood clots within the skull and other problems. Surgery is required to combat a cerebral aneurysm, usually isolating the aneurysm to reduce the risk of it continuing to bleed over the brain.

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  We are experiencing very high call volumes, please use the Appointment Request, Contact Us, or Rx Refill by clicking on the words or use the buttons above.  Thank you for your patience as we roll out the new EHR system beginning Aug. 28...for more information click here.  ALL patients will be required to resubmit information, prior to their next appointment.