FAQ videos: Brain Aneurysms/Cerebral Aneurysms

 A cerebral aneurysm is a weak spot on one of the blood vessels that goes into the brain, and one to two percent of all adults have aneurysms in the cerebral circulation. In a new set of patient education videos, Dr. David Newell defines and explains brain aneurysms, also known as cerebral aneurysms, how they are discovered, treatment options and more.

Dr. Newell shows where aneurysms can be located, and discusses the risks involved when an aneurysm ruptures.

The first video is an overview of all of the frequently asked questions about cerebral aneurysms.
The next series of eight videos details each of these questions presented in a brief format.

View Brain Aneurysm Patient Education Videos: FAQ’s

  1. Cerebral Aneurysms: Current Concepts for Diagnosis and Treatment (length: 15:36)
  2. Cerebral Aneurysms: What are they? (0:59)
  3. Cerebral Aneurysms: How are they discovered? (0:55)
  4. Cerebral Aneurysms: Signs and symptoms (1:21)
  5. Cerebral Aneurysms: Are they something you are born with? (1:31)
  6. Cerebral Aneurysms: How are they treated? (4:21)
  7. Cerebral Aneurysms: What are the success rates for clipping or coiling? (4:47)
  8. Cerebral Aneurysms: What is the bottom line? (1:23)
  9. Cerebral Aneurysms: Parting thoughts and recommendations (1:13)

Link to Dr. David Newell’s YouTube channel

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