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- A Randomized Trial of Unruptured Brain Arteriovenous Malformations | ARUBA
Upon the recommendation of the ARUBA Data and Safety Monitoring Board, the NINDS has stopped enrollment of patient volunteers into the trial.
- Against the Odds: Brain aneurysm survival | 16×9 Segment
When a brain aneurysm bursts in the brain, only one thing is certain – nothing will ever be the same. 16:9 looks at former firefighter Mike Langevin’s story of survival and the struggle of recovery.
- Bronson Neuroscience team takes on giant aneurysm
What started as a trip to buy new eyeglasses led to one of medicine’s scariest diagnoses for Laurel Rosebush. Her journey took her to Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo, where neuroscience specialists using minimally invasive surgery.
- Chef Charlie Trotter, famed Chicago chef, had an inoperable brain aneurysm
Chef Trotter had an inoperable brain aneurysm and went to a food conference days before he died even though doctors warned him not to fly
- Chloe's story: 14-year-old doesn't let rare brain condition hinder her dreams
Deep behind Chloe Nore’s infectious smile and twinkling brown eyes is a time bomb. A tangle of veins the size of a cue ball are wrapped around an artery adjacent to her central brain stem.
- Elderly Couple’s Instagram Photo Reveals Touching, Bittersweet Love Story
83-year-old John Allen takes his 70-year-old girlfriend, Linda Alexander, for coffee six days a week where he teaches her how to read, after bleeding in her brain left her without short term memory, and unable to read or speak.
- Growth, not just size, boosts brain aneurysms' risk of bursting
Brain aneurysms of all sizes – even small ones the size of a pea – are up to 12 times more likely to rupture if they are growing, according to a new UCLA study.
- Health Success Stories: Woman Survives a Brain Aneurysm, Coma and Stroke
Family’s love and prayers sustain woman through three-year fight.
- Interview & Footage: Minimally Invasive Brain Aneurysm Repair | Baptist Health South Florida
Watch a webcast of a minimally invasive brain aneurysm repair from Baptist Health Neuroscience Center in Miami, Florida.
- Keller taekwondo students overcome challenges to win big titles
About 100 students take classes at the studio and Nero said all have a special place in her heart. But four of them — Dan Richter, Michelle Sanford, Dan DuBois and Gabby Nero -have faced extra challenges, making them stronger, both physically and emotion
- Menopause linked to higher brain aneurysm risk
“Risk factors include smoking, high blood pressure and possibly lower estrogen levels caused by menopause. Two of the largest brain aneurysm trials in the world found most happen in menopausal women.”
- Mother's gut feeling saves son's life
A mother’s “gut feeling” saved a 11 year old boy who had an aneurysm and a blocked blood vessel.
- Pittsburgh researcher hope to refine understanding of aneurysms
Little is known about why one brain aneurysm might rupture while another won’t — a gap in knowledge that can handicap doctors when recommending treatment. But a research team that includes an Allegheny General Hospital surgeon and a University of Pittsb
- Pregnancy May Raise Risk of Cerebral Bleeding in Some Women
Pregnant women are at higher risk of bleeding in the brain from vessel abnormalities known as arteriovenous malformations, a new study indicates.
- Preparing Patients for Possible Neuropsychological Consequences After Brain Surgery | Barrow Quarterly
Over the years, many patients have expressed the opinion that some discussion of such possible sequelae before surgery would have been helpful to them. This article documents one patient’s eloquent statement about this issue.
- Radio personality Kidd Kraddick dies at 53 from Brain Aneurysm rupture
- Smoking, aneurysm size on CTA predict rupture risk
A study found that aneurysm size and patient smoking status were both significant independent growth predictors.
- Summit Pediatrics Doctor survives brain aneurysms and runs a marathon
The 2012 finish was a victory like no other because a few months prior, Delgado wasn’t able to run, let alone walk, lift her right arm or even put a full sentence together.
- Superglue surgery saves infant
Team of doctors use glue to stop little girl’s brain bleeding in an operation so rare it may never be done again.
- Teen survives ruptured brain aneurysm
Miele Alexander, 13, of Woodside, Queens, recovered from a ruptured brain aneurysm she suffered in June.
- Terrible news: Tragic death of young soprano while singing Verdi’s Requiem
The Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires reports the death of soprano Florencia Fabris, who had suffered a brain aneurysm while singing Verdi’s Requiem at the Auditorio Juan Victoria in the province of San Juan.
- UNH law student wins $25K Holloway prize for brain aneurysm clip
University of New Hampshire School of Law student with a biomedical engineering background who invented a clip to stop brain aneurysms has won this year’s UNH Paul J. Holloway Prize Innovation-to-Market competition
- Video: Aneurysm- Life Interrupted | Lee Memorial Health System
At 26 years old Amy Ofenbeck was at the top of her game. New job as a TV news anchor and newly married. She never suspected a weak spot in her brain.
- Walnut Creek: Las Lomas High School wrestler dies suddenly of brain aneurysm
With just two weeks left until school lets out for summer, the Las Lomas High School community has suffered a devastating blow with the loss of 18-year-old junior Amir Khakimov, a fierce competitor and athlete who died Tuesday from bleeding in the brain.
- Woman's sporadically numb arm turns out to be warning sign for dangerous malformed blood vessels
Article about a woman whose numbness in the arm was a warning signal of a brain AVM.