What Is a Basilar Tip Aneurysm?

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Basilar tip aneurysm is a type of aneurysm that arises at the distal bifurcation of the basilar artery. It is particularly between the beginning of the two posterior cerebral arteries. Aneurysm is a weakened, swollen part of an artery.
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Coiling should have taken care of it. However, one thing you should definitely avoid is smoking. It clearly degrades blood vessel function and could help your aneurysm to come back.
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An aneurysm is a weakening in the wall of a blood vessel. This causes the blood to pool and push against the weak spot as it flows through the vessel, developing the ballooning or
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The Basilar artery is a large blood vessel that comes up from the back of the neck area to supply blood to the brain. An aneurysm is a weakening of the wall of the blood vessel that
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It can cause death. The basilar artery is a main artery that goes into th ebrain (see link to picture below). The bit marked number 1 is the basilar artery. The view is from under
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