ANGIOGRAPHIC FEATURES OF RUPTURED CEREBRAL ANEURYSM IN SRINAGARIND HOSPITAL

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Piyanan Kuysakorn
Benjaporn Nitinavakorn
Jitjaroen Chaiyakum
Eimorn Mairiang
Nittaya Chamadol
Vallop Laopaiboon
Jiraporn Srinagarind
Jutarat Kanpittaya

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Intracranial  aneurysms are common. It is the most commonly encountered  aneurysms in the human body. Rupture  of an aneurysm producing intracranial bleeding is considered a medical emergency, and requires further investigation  and  management. Cerebral  angiography is still the examination of choice to confirm the diagnosis of aneurysms.

In our study, 29 cases of ruptured cerebral aneurysms show no sex difference And 13 out of 29 cases are in the range of 40-60 years. The most common location of cerebral aneurysms is the anterior communicating artery aneurysms, 11 out of 29 cases. No multiple aneurysm is seen in this study.

 

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