Opportunity To Cure Brain Aneurysms Without Surgery?
Hello, my husband is 54 years old, yesterday had a great headache we brought to the emergency room it turned out that in Scan he suffered from brain aneurysm and had a subarachnoid must always control after control to neurosurgery doctors recommend surgery should be transferred to the PON hospital while we are still in control and have to be re-CT scan, frankly yesterday when in the treatment of husband almost had a stroke for the first time and for the second time almost passed out to that moment not long after only 5 minutes we were almost shocked finally the doctor stopped giving Nimotop medicine and given nerve vitamins thank God now we are not experiencing an attack of love but we are still afraid of it happening again but now there has been an increase in our own activities besides we have to keep on watching tomorrow we see the doctor again for The operating decision I asked was dangerous if it wasn’t operated trimks over time
Good evening, thanks for the question
Brain aneurysm is a weakness in the walls of the blood vessels of the brain, both arteries and veins which causes the brain blood vessels to be localized.
Aneurysms can occur in any blood vessel. If aneurysms occur in blood vessels in the skull, the symptoms can be severe headaches, throbbing, and vomiting.
Causes of brain aneurysms include:
1. Traumatic blood vessels due to high blood pressure
2. Narrowing of blood vessels due to fat
3. Vascular abnormalities
4. Very high blood flow, such as kelianian vein shape
5. Trauma, infection, drugs, and tumors
Rupture of the brain aneurysm can cause bleeding in the lining of the brain and brain, resulting in subarachnoid hemorrhage (PSA) and intracerebral hemorrhage (PIS), which
both cause stroke symptoms.
The risk of a brain aneurysm rupture depends on the size of the aneurysm. The larger the size, the higher the risk for rupture.
Patients who experience mild or moderate subarachnoid hemorrhage based on the results of the examination, surgery is highly recommended because the complications of subarachnoid bleeding if not operated outweigh the risk of complications due to the surgery itself.
Patients who experience severe subarachnoid hemorrhage, surgical treatment is still controversial where the decision is based on the experience of the neurosurgeon in charge. In this type actually has a low cure rate with or without surgery.
Patients with a more severe degree of subarachnoid hemorrhage accompanied by a poor general condition (unconscious patient) which should not be operated on immediately, may undergo coiling surgery
endovascular if the general condition has improved.
Decisions on the type of therapy must be
performed by a team of experienced doctors accompanied by consideration of various things with patients and families.
That's all, hope you can help. Wassalam.