Intracranial aneurysm: Weakening of the artery of the brain
The weakening of an artery in the brain which swells and gets filled with blood
Most aneurysms are asymptomatic and will not rupture, but they grow unpredictably, and even small aneurysms carry a risk of rupture. 
-Requires immediate medical attention if there is an intense headache
-Detected using MRI Scan and angiography, CT Scan and Angiography and Cerebrospinal fluid test
-More common in women than men
-Its rupture can be life-threatening
Intracranial Aneurysm is an abnormal bulge in the artery of the brain which results from the debilitation of its inner muscular layer known as intima. Many factors contribute to an intracranial aneurysm, namely, smoking, high blood pressure, injury of the blood vessels, complications in case of blood infections. The rupture of a brain aneurysm may cause irreversible brain damage and coma. Aneurysms are typically found at the bottom of the brain within the skull.
Ages affected- Intracranial aneurysms mostly affect the people between the ages of 19 to 60. Even senior citizens are prone to intracranial aneurysms.
People may experience
● Facial pain
● Bad eyesight
● Loss of stability in the body
Self-care: To prevent intracranial aneurysm, you should stop smoking and the intake of drugs, and cut back on the consumption of caffeine.
Surgery: If you have a ruptured aneurysm, your doctor may recommend surgical clipping, endovascular coiling or flow diverter surgery.
Specialists: You may consult a vascular surgeon or neurosurgeon for your condition. At mfine, we provide you effective healthcare from the eminent medical practitioners. Contact us today to seek medical advice regarding your health issues.