A 34-year-old female asked:
Could hitting head 12 years ago result in unruptured, (but could rupture), brain aneurysm? would i know by now if i have one if so?
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Neurology 53 years experience
Not related: Head trauma does not cause brain aneurysms, as these are congenital berry aneurysms or caused by uncontrolled chronic hypertension (Charcot-Bouchard).
Trauma can cause large extra cranial vascular dissections, but these are acute to subacute. Why do you worry about an aneurysm? Would a Concierge visit with evaluation help?
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Last updated Nov 22, 2015
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