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aneurysm
left: normal abdominal aorta
right: abdominal aortic aneurysm

an·eu·rysm

also an·eu·rism  (ăn′yə-rĭz′əm)
n.
An abnormal, blood-filled sac formed by dilation of the wall of a blood vessel or heart ventricle, most commonly the abdominal aorta and intracranial arteries, resulting from disease or trauma to the wall, as in atherosclerosis.

[Middle English aneurisme, ultimately from Greek aneurusma, from aneurein, to dilate : ana-, throughout; see ana- + eurus, wide.]

an′eu·rys′mal (-məl) adj.
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Adj.1.aneurysmal - relating to or affected by an aneurysmaneurysmal - relating to or affected by an aneurysm
Translations

an·eu·rys·mal

, aneurysmatic
a. aneurismal, rel. a un aneurisma.
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An MR Angiography (Figure-1 and 2) was performed which showed an aneurysmal dilation of the right petrous ICA extending into the middle ear cavity with absent bony wall between the carotid canal and the middle ear.
The International Subarachnoid Aneurysmal Trial showed significant advantage of endovascular coiling over surgical clipping of aneurysms(9,10), although controversy persisted over which modality of treatment should be chosen.
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