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Know the facts about brain aneurysms
A brain aneurysm is a swollen area in the wall of an artery that supplies blood to the brain. Discovering an aneurysm before it ruptures is ideal for patients because this allows treatment to be performed in a controlled fashion and not during a critical emergency.
A ruptured brain aneurysm is a very serious emergency that requires urgent treatment and care. WVU Medicine interventional neuroradiologists offer round-the-clock diagnosis and treatment for ruptured brain aneurysms with minimally invasive treatments and technology.
WVU Medicine started with a simple idea – better healthcare for West Virginia.
And now that idea is growing into a network of doctors and hospitals providing better access to the top doctors in primary care, pediatrics, cancer, heart, surgical services, neurology, orthopaedics, critical care, and many other specialties.