Understanding Brain Aneurysm Symptoms, Causes and Treatments

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Brain aneurysms happen when blood bulges through a weak spot in an artery of the brain. They can occur in anyone at any age, and while many remain intact, a ruptured brain aneurysm can pose a serious risk to your health.

Being proactive about finding a treatment that fits your care needs can help reduce your risk of a ruptured brain aneurysm. Our free downloadable guide is made to help you learn about these treatment options and more.

In our brain aneurysm treatment guide, you’ll learn:

  • Signs and symptoms of a brain aneurysm.
  • Potential risk factors.
  • How brain aneurysms are diagnosed.
  • Available treatment options.

Our patient care coordinator is also available to help answer any questions or concerns you have before, throughout and after brain aneurysm care. Whether you or a loved one are diagnosed, experiencing symptoms or seeking a second opinion, our expert specialists can help.